Legionella

Genus of Gram negative asporogenous bacteria. Most species are pathogenic in humans, causing pneumonia-like disease, eg. Legionnaires' disease, named after an outbreak in Philadelphia amongst members of an American Legion reunion.

Legionella

A genus of bacteria, some species of which have caused a type of pneumonia called Legionaires Disease.
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Legionella

Legionella: The bacterium that causes Legionnaires' disease. This disease is due specifically to the bacterium Legionella pneumophila found in plumbing, shower heads and water-storage tanks. Outbreaks of Legionella pneumonia have been attributed to evaporative condensers and cooling towers. The bacterium thrives in the mist sprayed from air-conditi...
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Legionella

<bacteria> Genus of gram-negative asporogenous bacteria. most species are pathogenic in humans, causing pneumonia like disease, for example Legionnaire's disease, named after an outbreak in Philadelphia amongst members of an American Legion reunion. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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Legionella

(le″jә-nel´ә) a genus of gram-negative, aerobic rod-shaped bacteria, the cause of legionellosis. Species include L. micda´dei, the etiologic agent of Pittsburgh pneumonia, and L. pneumo´phila, the etiologic agent of legionnaires disease and Pontiac fever.
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Legionella

pneumonia pneumonia caused by a species of Legionella; see legionnaires disease.
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Legionella

Type: Term Pronunciation: lē′jŭn-el′lă Definitions: 1. A genus of aerobic, motile, nonacid-fast, nonencapsulated, gram-negative bacilli (family Legionellaceae) that have a nonfermentative metabolism and require l-cysteine HCl and iron salts for growth; they dwell in water, spread in air, and are pathogenic for humans. Ove...
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Legionella

Legionella anisa Legionella beliardensis Legionella birminghamensis ``Legionella bozemanae Legionella brunensis Legionella busanensis Legionella cardiaca Legionella cherrii Legionella cincinnatiensis Legionella donaldsonii Legionella drancourtii Legionella dresdenensis Legionella drozanskii Legionella dumoffii Legionella erythra Legionella fairf.....
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