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helicobacter nemestrinae sp. nov., a spiral bacterium found in the stomach of a pigtailed macaque (macaca nemestrina)a new microaerophilic, spirally curved, rod-shaped bacterium was isolated from the gastric mucosa of a pigtailed macaque (macaca nemestrina). the gram-negative cells of this bacterium are oxidase, catalase, and urease positive and strongly resemble helicobacter pylori (campylobacter pylori) cells. like h. pylori, this organism does not metabolize glucose, does not reduce nitrate or produce indole, does not produce h2s from triple sugar iron agar, does not hydrolyze hippurate or esculin, and does ...19911995031
cellular fatty acid composition of campylobacter pylori from primates and ferrets compared with those of other campylobacters.the cellular fatty acid profiles of newly described campylobacters were determined on a polar, capillary column. six isolates of the gastric spiral organism, campylobacter pylori subsp. mustelae, from ferrets from australia, england, and the united states were all found to have a similar fatty acid profile which was different from that of c. pylori from humans; c. pylori subsp. mustelae did not have 3-hydroxyoctadecanoic acid (3-oh c18:0) and had much less tetradecanoic acid (c14:0) and much mor ...19892745703
campylobacter pylori isolated from the stomach of the monkey, macaca nemestrina.campylobacter pylori was isolated from the gastric mucosa in 6 of 24 pigtailed macaques (macaca nemestrina) examined by gastric biopsy and culture; 3 isolates were recovered during gastroendoscopy, and 3 were recovered at necropsy. the isolates were morphologically and biochemically similar to the human type strain nctc 11638, differing only in colony diameter, pigmentation, and rate of growth. identity of the isolates was confirmed by whole-genomic dna-dna hybridization with the type strain. co ...19883183019
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