A family of gram-negative, mostly aerobic bacteria, in the order Cardiobacteriales. There are three genera: CARDIOBACTERIUM; DICHELOBACTER; and Suttonella.

Suttonella ornithocola sp. nov., from birds of the tit families, and emended description of the genus Suttonella. (1/1)

Phenotypic and phylogenetic studies were performed on three strains of Gram-negative, rod-shaped organisms recovered from dead birds of the tit families (blue tit, coal tit and long-tailed tit). Morphological, cultural and biochemical studies indicated that the organisms were related to the family Cardiobacteriaceae in the gamma-subclass of the Proteobacteria. Comparative 16S rRNA gene sequencing studies confirmed these findings and demonstrated that the bacterium represents a hitherto unknown subline within this family. The closest phylogenetic relative of the strains isolated from the birds was found to be Suttonella indologenes, although a sequence divergence of approximately 5 % demonstrated that the unknown bacterium represented a novel species. On the basis of the results of the phylogenetic analysis and phenotypic criteria, it is proposed that the bacteria recovered from the diseased birds represent a novel species, Suttonella ornithocola sp. nov., with strain B6/99/2T (=CCUG 49457T=NCTC 13337T) as the type strain.  (+info)

Cardiobacteriaceae is a family of Gram-negative, aerobic, and often pleomorphic bacteria within the order Neisseriales. The type genus of this family is Cardiobacterium, which includes several species that are part of the normal oral flora in humans. Some members of this family have been associated with endocarditis and other infections, particularly in people with underlying heart conditions. It's important to note that these bacteria are generally considered to be slow-growing and fastidious, requiring specialized growth conditions for isolation and identification in a laboratory setting.

The Cardiobacteriaceae are a family of Pseudomonadota, given their own order. They are Gram-negative and rod-shaped, with ...
The new family of Cardiobacteriaceae is identified through its rod-shape and being Gram-negative. It also has pili, but no ... Endocarditis Cardiobacteriaceae Dewhirst, Floyd; BRUCE J. PASTER; SHARON LA FONTAINE & JULIAN I. ROOD (October 1990). "Transfer ... and Assignment of the Genera Cardiobacterium, Dichelobacter, and Suttonella to Cardiobacteriaceae fam. nov. in the Gamma ... is a Gram-negative rod-shaped bacterium of the family Cardiobacteriaceae. Like other members of its family, it is a bacterium ...
... , formerly Bacteroides nodosus, is a Gram-negative, obligate anaerobe of the family Cardiobacteriaceae. It ... obligate anaerobe of the family Cardiobacteriaceae. It has polar fimbriae epitomes that separate the bacteria into multiple ...
... cardiobacteriaceae MeSH B03.440.450.342.100 - Cardiobacterium MeSH B03.440.450.342.550 - Dichelobacter nodosus MeSH B03.440. ... cardiobacteriaceae MeSH B03.660.250.080.100 - Cardiobacterium MeSH B03.660.250.080.550 - Dichelobacter nodosus MeSH B03.660. ...

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