KEGG   Cronobacter turicensis

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T numberT00999
NameCronobacter turicensis z3032
CategoryType strain
TaxonomyTAX: 693216
    LineageBacteria; Pseudomonadota; Gammaproteobacteria; Enterobacterales; Enterobacteriaceae; Cronobacter
BriteKEGG organisms [BR:br08601]
KEGG organisms in the NCBI taxonomy [BR:br08610]
KEGG organisms in taxonomic ranks [BR:br08611]
Data sourceGenBank (Assembly: GCA_000027065.2 Complete Genome)
BioProject: 39965
KeywordsHuman pathogen
DiseaseH00300 Enterobacter infection
CommentOpportunistic food-borne pathogen.
Known as a rare but important cause of life-threatening neonatal infections.
Caused the deaths of two newborn children in a children's hospital in Zurich in 2005.
Originally isolated by J. Wust, Diagnostica Laboratory, Zurich, Switzerland.
    SequenceGB: FN543093
PlasmidpCTU1; Circular
    SequenceGB: FN543094
PlasmidpCTU2; Circular
    SequenceGB: FN543095
PlasmidpCTU3; Circular
    SequenceGB: FN543096
StatisticsNumber of nucleotides: 4599092
Number of protein genes: 4455
Number of RNA genes: 110
ReferencePMID: 21037008
    AuthorsStephan R, Lehner A, Tischler P, Rattei T
    TitleComplete genome sequence of Cronobacter turicensis LMG 23827, a food-borne pathogen causing deaths in neonates.
    JournalJ Bacteriol 193:309-10 (2011)
DOI: 10.1128/JB.01162-10