Afipia felis Ab.IgM:Titr:Pt:Ser:Qn
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In order to characterize a river-associated, enriched microbiome capable of degrading an anthraquinone dye from the oil blue… Expand SUMMARY A pure bacterial culture remains essential for the study of its virulence, its antibiotic susceptibility, and its genome… Expand ABSTRACT Afipia birgiae is an alphaproteobacterium from the family Bradyrhizobiaceae, growing in amoebae, and a potential human… Expand Three novel strains of methylotrophic Afipia felis were isolated from several locations on Signy Island, Antarctica, and a fourth… Expand On the basis of phenotypic characterization and DNA relatedness, two novel species are proposed, Afipia birgiae sp. nov. (type… Expand Objective: To study the role of amoeba-associated alpha Proteobacteria as infecting agents in intensive care units (ICUs). Design… Expand Afipia clevelandensis is a recently described gram-negative bacterium whose potential pathogenic role in human disease is under… Expand The culture conditions of Afipia felis, A. broomeae, A. clevelandensis and three unnamed Afipia genospecies were investigated on… Expand