|Category:||In the normal flora|
|Etymology:||Genus name: named after Louis Pasteur.|
Species epithet: of a bite.
|Type Strain:||ATCC 43325 = CCUG 12397 = NCTC 11617.|
|Macromorphology (smell):||Forms smoth and greyish to white colonies. No hemolysis on blood agar.|
|Micromorphology:||Nonmotile coccoid rod|
|Gram +/Gram -:||G-|
|Other Enzymes:||Ornithine decarboxylase -, tryptophanase +, urease +|
|Biochemical Tests:||Citrate -, hydrogen sulphide (H2S) -, methyl red -, Voges-Proskauer -,|
|Fermentation of carbohydrates:||
|Disease:||Is an opportunist, which belongs to the normal flora of the mouth and nasal cavity and the gastrointestinal tract. May cause wound infections after dog and cat bites.
|Hosts:||Dog and cat|
|16S rRNA Seq.:|
||About 15 species have been described within genus Pasteurella, but the relationship between members within the closely related genera Actinobacillus, Haemophilus, Mannheimia and Pasteurella is very uncertain since none of these genera forms monophyletic clusters.|
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For a long time, Rhodococcus hoagii was referred to Rhodococcus equi on VetBact, because we experienced some resistance to the name that is now considered to be the correct one, i.e. Rhodococcus hoagii. Now you can find the bacterium in question under the correct name in VetBact, but you can also find the bacterium when searching for the old name.Published 2021-10-10. Read more...