Corpus ID: 53097695

First isolation of Skermanella aerolata from a human sample

@article{Onori2018FirstIO,
  title={First isolation of Skermanella aerolata from a human sample},
  author={R. Onori and M. Marín and B. Rodr{\'i}guez-S{\'a}nchez and C. Oliver and P. Mu{\~n}oz and E. Bouza and L. Alcalá},
  journal={Revista Espa{\~n}ola de Quimioterapia},
  year={2018},
  volume={31},
  pages={552 - 554}
}
20 cfu/mL of light-pink-coloured rough colonies with “bread crumbs” morphology, positive to the catalase and oxidase tests (figure 1). Although the isolate generated a sharp, specific protein fingerprint by MALDI-TOF MS using the Biotyper 3.1 software (Bruker Daltonik GmbH, Bremen, Germany) (figure 2), this microorganism was not identified since it is not included in the 6,903 MSP database. To identify the bacteria, PCR and sequencing of the entire 16S rRNA gene was performed, using primers fD1… Expand

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