Bacteroides melaninogenicus



bacteroides melaninogenicus

Bacteroides melaninogenicus Bacteroides me·lan·i·no·gen·i·cus (mə-lān’ə-nō-jěn’ĭ-kəs)
n.
A bacterium found in the mouth, in feces, and in infections of the respiratory, urogenital, or intestinal tracts, pathogenic only in association with other microorganisms.

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