Eubacterium

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Eubacterium
Scientific classification
Domain: Bacteria
Phylum: Firmicutes
Class: Clostridia
Order: Clostridiales
Family: Eubacteriaceae
Genus: Eubacterium
Type species
Eubacterium foedans
(Klein 1908) Prévot 1938
Species

Eubacterium aggregans[2]
Eubacterium angustum[2]
Eubacterium barkeri[2]
Eubacterium brachy[2]
Eubacterium budayi[2]
Eubacterium callanderi[2]
Eubacterium cellulosolvens[2]
Eubacterium combesii[2]
Eubacterium coprostanoligenes[2]
Eubacterium dolichum[2]
Eubacterium eligens[2]
Eubacterium hallii[2]
Eubacterium infirmum[2]
Eubacterium limosum[2]
Eubacterium minutum[2]
Eubacterium multiforme[2]
Eubacterium nitritogenes[2]
Eubacterium nodatum
Eubacterium oxidoreducens
Eubacterium plexicaudatum[2]
Eubacterium pyruvativorans[2]
Eubacterium ramulus[2]
Eubacterium rectale[2]
Eubacterium ruminantium[2]
Eubacterium saphenum[2]
Eubacterium siraeum[2]
Eubacterium sulci[2]
Eubacterium tarantellae[2]
Eubacterium tenue[2]
Eubacterium tortuosum[2]
Eubacterium uniforme[2]
Eubacterium ventriosum[2]
Eubacterium xylanophilum[2]
Eubacterium yurii[2]

Eubacterium is a genus of Gram-positive bacteria in the family Eubacteriaceae. These bacteria are characterised by a rigid cell wall. They may either be motile or nonmotile. If motile, they have a flagellum. A typical flagellum consists of a basal body, filament, and hook. The long filament is the organ which helps eubacteria move.

Gram-positive bacteria have a thick proteoglycan layer and take up violet Gram stain (whereas Gram-negative bacteria have a thinner proteoglycan layer which is surrounded by a layer of immune response-inducing lipopolysaccharide, and do not take up Gram stain). Species from this genus have been isolated from women with bacterial vaginosis.[3]

See also[edit]

List of bacterial vaginosis microbiota

References[edit]

  1. ^ Eubacterium on www.bacterio.cict.fr Archived 2011-11-08 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af Parte, A.C. "Eubacterium". www.bacterio.net.
  3. ^ Africa, Charlene; Nel, Janske; Stemmet, Megan (2014). "Anaerobes and Bacterial Vaginosis in Pregnancy: Virulence Factors Contributing to Vaginal Colonisation". International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 11 (7): 6979–7000. doi:10.3390/ijerph110706979. ISSN 1660-4601. PMC 4113856. PMID 25014248.

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