Nosocomial infection with Asaia lannensis in two paediatric patients with idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy. (49/68)

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Recurrent Granulibacter bethesdensis infections and chronic granulomatous disease. (50/68)

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Gluconobacter as well as Asaia species, newly emerging opportunistic human pathogens among acetic acid bacteria. (51/68)

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Molecular evidence for multiple infections as revealed by typing of Asaia bacterial symbionts of four mosquito species. (52/68)

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Acetic acid bacteria, newly emerging symbionts of insects. (53/68)

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Neokomagataea gen. nov., with descriptions of Neokomagataea thailandica sp. nov. and Neokomagataea tanensis sp. nov., osmotolerant acetic acid bacteria of the alpha-Proteobacteria. (54/68)

Isolates AH11(T) and AH13(T) were isolated from flowers of lantana and candle bush respectively collected in Thailand. In phylogenetic trees based on 16S rRNA gene sequences, the two isolates formed an independent cluster, which was then connected to the type strain of Saccharibacter floricola. The calculated pair-wise 16S rRNA gene sequence similarities of isolate AH11(T) were 95.7-92.3% to the type strains of the type species of the 12 genera of acetic acid bacteria. The DNA base composition was from 51.2 to 56.8 mol % G+C, with a range of 5.6 mol %. When isolate AH11(T) was labeled, DNA-DNA similarities were 100, 12, 4, 5, and 4% respectively to isolates AH11(T) and AH13(T) and the type strains of Saccharibacter floricola, Gluconobacter oxydans, and Acetobacter aceti. The two isolates were non-motile and did not oxidize either acetate or lactate. No growth was found in the presence of 0.35% acetic acid w/v. The two isolates were not osmophilic but osmotolerant, produced 2,5-diketo-D-gluconate from D-glucose, and did not oxidize lactate, thus differing from strains of Saccharibacter floricola, which showed weak lactate oxidation. The two isolates contained unsaturated C(18:1)omega7c fatty acid as the major fatty acid, and were unique in the presence of a considerable amount of straight-chain C(18:1)2OH fatty acid. Q-10 was present as the major isoprenoid quinone. Neokomagataea gen. nov. was proposed with the two species, Neokomagataea thailandica sp. nov. for isolate AH11(T) (=BCC 25710(T)=NBRC 106555(T)), which has 56.8 mol % G+C, and Neokomagataea tanensis sp. nov. for isolate AH13(T) (=BCC 25711(T)=NBRC 106556(T)), which has 51.2 mol % G+C.  (+info)

Description of Belnapia rosea sp. nov. and emended description of the genus Belnapia Reddy et al. 2006. (55/68)

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Innate immunity against Granulibacter bethesdensis, an emerging gram-negative bacterial pathogen. (56/68)

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