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campylobacter hominis sp. nov., from the human gastrointestinal tract.sequences of 16s rdna of a novel campylobacter from faeces of healthy humans were previously shown to originate from a new taxon, 'candidatus campylobacter hominis', which could not be cultured. since phylogenetic analysis suggested that anaerobic conditions might be required for growth, an isolation strategy was developed employing initial non-selective membrane filtration onto fastidious anaerobe agar. campylobacters were then isolated from the resulting mixed microbial flora by a dilution str ...200111321111
fatal septicemia due to clostridium hathewayi and campylobacter hominis.clostridium hathewayi and campylobacter hominis have not been previously reported in infection. we report a fatal case of septicemia, massive intravascular hemolysis, shock, and disseminated intravascular coagulation; both of these organisms were recovered on blood culture, although it seems likely that the c. hathewayi was responsible for the clinical picture and that the c. hominis was an incidental finding.200516701538
host attachment, invasion, and stimulation of proinflammatory cytokines by campylobacter concisus and other non-campylobacter jejuni campylobacter species.campylobacter concisus and other non-campylobacter jejuni campylobacter species have been implicated in the initiation of gastrointestinal diseases. in the present study, we investigated the interaction between these bacteria and the human intestinal epithelium and immune cells.201021050118
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