Chryseobacterium hominis sp. nov., to accommodate clinical isolates biochemically similar to CDC groups II-h and II-c.

@article{Vaneechoutte2007ChryseobacteriumHS,
  title={Chryseobacterium hominis sp. nov., to accommodate clinical isolates biochemically similar to CDC groups II-h and II-c.},
  author={Mario Vaneechoutte and Peter Kaempfer and Thierry de Baere and V{\'e}ronique Avesani and Mich{\`e}le Janssens and Georges Wauters},
  journal={International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={57 Pt 11},
  pages={2623-8}
}
A collection of eight clinical strains from Belgian hospitals and three clinical strains of the CCUG collection were characterized biochemically as being similar to CDC groups II-h and II-c; the latter differs from group II-h only by positivity for sucrose acidification. These 11 strains were found to cluster according to 16S rRNA gene sequence similarity… CONTINUE READING