Typhoid fever, also known simply as typhoid, is a bacterial infection due to Salmonella typhi .. confirmed Eberth's findings, and the organism was given names such as Eberth's bacillus, Eberthella Typhi, and Gaffky-Eberth bacillus. Today, the.
CAS Number: Synonyms: Bacillus typhosus, Eberthella typhosa, Salmonella enterica serovar Typhi, Salmonella typhosa. Contaminant Type: Microbial.
\ ˌeb-ər-ˈthel-ə \ : a genus of motile aerobic gram-negative bacteria producing acid but no gas on many carbohydrates and formerly including the causative agent of typhoid fever. Some Odd Words with ISMO: "Junk in the Trunk".
J Am Med Assoc. Sep 10;(2) Eberthella typhosa infection of arteriovenous aneurysm cured by excision. HUDSON CL, MURRAY JB.
One hundred and ninety-five strains of Eberthella typhosa, isolated from different sources and various places in Palestine, were examined by biochemical and.
Karl Joseph Eberth (–) was born in Würzburg, the son of an artist who died when Karl was still young. Having inherited his father's talent, the boy.
A case of acquired arteriovenous aneurysm infected by Eberthella typhosa, weakened to the point of rupture and cured by surgical intervention is reported.
SALMONELLA TYPHOSA VERSUS SALMONELLA TYPHI. A Request for an typhosa (Zopf) White, Eberthella typhosa (Zopf) Weldin or any other suitable.