Medical Definition of Eubacterium multiforme

1. A species isolated from the faeces of a dog and from soil from equatorial Africa; it is not pathogenic for guinea pigs. Formerly called Cillobacterium multiforme. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eubacterium Multiforme

Euascomycetes
Eubacteria
Eubacteriales
Eubacterium aerofaciens
Eubacterium biforme
Eubacterium combesi
Eubacterium contortum
Eubacterium crispatum
Eubacterium disciformans
Eubacterium ethylicum
Eubacterium filamentosum
Eubacterium lentum
Eubacterium limosum
Eubacterium minutum
Eubacterium moniliforme
Eubacterium multiforme (current term)
Eubacterium niosii
Eubacterium parvum
Eubacterium plauti
Eubacterium poeciloides
Eubacterium pseudotortuosum
Eubacterium quartum
Eubacterium quintum
Eubacterium rectale
Eubacterium tenue
Eubacterium tortuosum
Euboea
Euboean
Eubryales
Eubœans

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