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Members of the genus Cronobacter are opportunistic pathogens associated with life-threatening infections in immuno-compromised individuals. Polyphasic analysis has facilitated the classification of the novel genus Cronobacter containing five species. However, since this recent reclassification there are not many identification methods optimised for(More)
The reclassification of the genus Cronobacter (previously known as Enterobacter sakazakii) was based on a polyphasic analysis that led to the description of five species. These bacteria are opportunistic pathogens that can cause neonatal meningitis and other infections in immuno-compromised individuals. Cronobacter species have been reported to show(More)
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