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aeromonas tecta sp. nov., isolated from clinical and environmental sources.five aeromonas strains, isolated from both clinical and environmental sources and characterized by a polyphasic approach, including phylogenetic analysis derived from gyrb, rpod, and 16s rrna gene sequencing, as well as dna-dna hybridization, extensive biochemical and antibiotic susceptibility tests, were recognized as members of an unknown, or undescribed, aeromonas species. these "aeromonas eucrenophila-like" strains were closely related to the species a. eucrenophila and aeromonas encheleia, ...200818617346
the improved pcr of the fsta (ferric siderophore receptor) gene differentiates the fish pathogen aeromonas salmonicida from other aeromonas species.the members of the genus aeromonas are autochthonous of aquatic ecosystems and several species have been associated to septicaemia, ulcerative and haemorrhagic diseases in fish, causing significant mortality in both wild and farmed, freshwater and marine fish species. the species aeromonas salmonicida is generally recognized as the most important fish pathogen responsible for epidemic outbreaks of furunculosis in salmonids, also being able to produce infections in other cultured fish such as tur ...201323890674
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