Vibrionaceae


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Vibrionaceae

[‚vib·rē·ō′nās·ē‚ē]
(microbiology)
A family of gram-negative, facultatively anaerobic rods; cells are straight or curved and usually motile by polar flagella; generally found in water.
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Species of the highly diverse Vibrionaceae family are commonly associated with marine invertebrates (Cheng et al.
Curved gram-negative bacilli and oxidase-positive fermenters: Campylobacteraceae and Vibrionaceae.
Vibrionaceae dominates the microflora antagonistic towards Listonella anguillarum in the intestine of cultured Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.
Bacteria belonging to the Vibrionaceae family are widespread in the marine environment [28].
To obtain these findings, the researchers tested about 35,000 interactions among pairs of 185 strains of Vibrionaceae bacteria populations taken from the ocean.
Although historically the Aeromonas genus has been placed in the family Vibrionaceae (11), but there have been proposal to place it in its own family Aeromonadaceae (12).
Because microbiology labs may not have personnel or appropriate supplies to detect members of the Vibrionaceae family, specimens in question are usually referred to public-health labs for complete identification.
Abstract: Vibrio vulnificus is a Gram-negative, motile, curved bacillus of the family Vibrionaceae that is a rare cause of gastroenteritis, septicemia, and wound infections in humans.
Further biochemical analysis with the Vitek Gram-Negative Identification Card (Becton Dickinson), used in conjunction with the VITEK system for the automated identification of microorganisms of the family Enterobacteriaceae, as well as a select group of glucose-nonfermenting gram-negative bacteria and members of the Vibrionaceae family, identified the organism as V vulnificus with 98% certainty.
Infection References Dermatologic (76-93) Vibrio cholerae non-01 Other vibrionaceae Mycobacterium marinum Erysipelothrix rhusopathiae Cercarial dermatitis Sea lice Algal dermatitis Gastrointestinal (32,58,76,88-90,94,95) Vibrio cholerae Other vibrionaceae Salmonella typhi Entamoeba histolytica Giardia lamblia Respiratory (88,89,96) Other vibrionaceae Francisella philomiragia Sepsis (32,77,79,88-90,97,98) Other vibrionaceae Francisella philomiragia Erysipelothrix rhusopathiae
Indicator bacteria and Vibrionaceae multiplication in postharvest shellstock oysters.