Acinetobacter

Acinetobacter beijerinckii Acinetobacter bereziniae Acinetobacter boissieri Acinetobacter bouvetii Acinetobacter brisouii Acinetobacter calcoaceticus Acinetobacter gerneri Acinetobacter guillouiae Acinetobacter gyllenbergii Acinetobacter haemolyticus Acinetobacter indicus Acinetobacter junii Acinetobacter lwoffii Acinetobacter nectaris Acinetobact...
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Acinetobacter

(as″ĭ-net″o-bak┬┤tәr) a genus of bacteria (family Moraxellaceae), consisting of aerobic, gram-negative, paired coccobacilli, it is widely distributed in nature and part of the normal mammalian flora, but can cause severe primary infections in compromised hosts.
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acinetobacter

A genus of gram-negative bacteria of the family neisseriaceae, found in soil and water and of uncertain pathogenicity. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Acinetobacter

Acinetobacter: (Pronounced AH-sin-neto-bacter). A group of bacteria found in soil, water, and hospitals where they can cause serious infections in immunocompromised people and are often resistant to antibiotics. Acinetobacter can be isolated from many sources including drinking and surface water, soil, sewage and different types of foods. At least ...
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Acinetobacter

pneumonia a sometimes fatal type of bacterial pneumonia seen in immunocompromised patients, caused by infection with Acinetobacter species. It is usually bronchopneumonia, and characteristics include acute onset of dyspnea with fever, productive cough, chest pain, and abscess formation or empyema.
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Acinetobacter

Type: Term Pronunciation: as-i-ne′tō-bak′ter Definitions: 1. A genus of nonmotile, aerobic bacteria (family Moraxellaceae) containing gram-negative or -variable coccoid or short rods, or cocci, often occurring in pairs. Spores are not produced. These bacteria grow on ordinary media without the addition of serum. They are oxidase ne...
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