Intestinal, segmented, filamentous bacteria in a wide range of vertebrate species

@article{Klaasen1993IntestinalSF,
  title={Intestinal, segmented, filamentous bacteria in a wide range of vertebrate species},
  author={H. Klaasen and J. Koopman and M. E. van den Brink and M. Bakker and F. Poelma and A. Beynen},
  journal={Laboratory Animals},
  year={1993},
  volume={27},
  pages={141 - 150}
}
Segmented, filamentous bacteria (SFBs) form a group of bacteria with similar morphology and are identified on the basis of their morphology only. The relationships of these organisms are unclear as the application of formal taxonomic criteria is impossible currently due to the lack of an in vitro technique to culture SFBs. The intestine of laboratory animals such as mice, rats, chickens, dogs, cats and pigs is known to harbour SFBs. To see whether this extends to other animal species… Expand
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