Taxonomy, Epidemiology, and Clinical Relevance of the Genus Arcobacter

@article{Collado2011TaxonomyEA,
  title={Taxonomy, Epidemiology, and Clinical Relevance of the Genus Arcobacter},
  author={L. Collado and M. Figueras},
  journal={Clinical Microbiology Reviews},
  year={2011},
  volume={24},
  pages={174 - 192}
}
SUMMARY The genus Arcobacter, defined almost 20 years ago from members of the genus Campylobacter, has become increasingly important because its members are being considered emergent enteropathogens and/or potential zoonotic agents. Over recent years information that is relevant for microbiologists, especially those working in the medical and veterinary fields and in the food safety sector, has accumulated. Recently, the genus has been enlarged with several new species. The complete genomes of… Expand
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