Candidatus Arthromitus

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Candidatus Arthromitus”
Oldest registered citation
SNEL et al., 1995
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Citation Title
Romero et al., 2023, Fishes High Abundance of Candidatus Arthromitus in Intestinal Microbiota of Seriolella violacea (Palm Ruff) under Reared Conditions
Hedblom et al., 2020, Microbiology Resource Announcements Draft Genome Sequence of “ Candidatus Arthromitus” UMNCA01, a Suspected Commensal Isolated from the Gut Microbiome of Commercial Turkey
Bolotin et al., 2014, Genome Announcements Genome Sequence of “ Candidatus Arthromitus” sp. Strain SFB-Mouse-NL, a Commensal Bacterium with a Key Role in Postnatal Maturation of Gut Immune Functions
Thompson et al., 2012, Mucosal Immunology Immune-modulating gut symbionts are not “Candidatus Arthromitus”
Thompson et al., 2012, Environmental Microbiology ‘Candidatus Arthromitus’ revised: segmented filamentous bacteria in arthropod guts are members of Lachnospiraceae
Manzano et al., 2011, Current Opinion in Biotechnology Candidatus Arthromitus detection using molecular methods
Michel et al., 2002, Journal of Fish Diseases Clinical and aetiological aspects of a summer enteritic syndrome associated with the sporulating segmented filamentous bacterium 'Candidatus Arthromitus' in farmed rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss (Walbaum)
SNEL et al., 1995, International Journal of Systematic Bacteriology Comparison of 16S rRNA Sequences of Segmented Filamentous Bacteria Isolated from Mice, Rats, and Chickens and Proposal of "Candidatus Arthromitus"

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