Alveus

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Al´ve`us


n.1.The channel of a river.
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Influence of environmental conditions on biofilm formation by Hafnia alvei strains," 129: 150-155.
Hafnia alvei, a probable cause of diarrhea in humans.
2 (Oxoid, Basingstoke, United Kingdom) supplemented with 5% defibirinated horse blood, 30 [micro]g/ml nalidixic acid (Sigma, USA) and 20 [micro]g/ml pipemidic acid (Sigma-Aldrich, USA) were added in order to inhibit the growth of Paenibacillus alvei and the Gramnegative bacteria (Hornitzky and Clark, 1991; Alippi, 1995; Iurlina and Frietz, 2005) without adverse effects on P.
ebena from July 2006 were Hafnia alvei and Aeromonas sobria, whereas from September 2008 the predominant bacteria were Enterobacter spp.
Heterogeneity of AmpC cephalosporinases of Hafnia alvei clinical isolates expressing inducible or constitutive ceftazidime resistant phenotypes.
coli strains used as controls were EDL933 (O157:H7, stx1, stx2, ehxA, eae), Ec 10-407 (EAST, LT, STIa, [beta]-glu), and Hafnia alvei (negative control).
Chromosomal ampC enzymes are seen in organisms such as Citrobacter freundii, Enterobacter cloacae, Morganella morganii, Hafnia alvei and Serratia marcescens and are typically inducible by [beta]-lactam antibiotics such as cefoxitin and imipenem but poorly induced (if at all) by the third- or fourth-generation cephalosporins (2).
Endogenous endophthalmitis due to Salmonella arizonae and Hafnia alvei.
parainfluenzae ATCC 7901 Hafnia alvei ATCC 13337 Kingella indologenes ATCC 25869 Klebsiella oxytoca ATCC 13182 K.
Hafnia alvei is found in the feces of humans and other animals, including birds.