volume 95, issue 2, P227-229 2000
DOI: 10.1590/s0074-02762000000200016
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Abstract: The Serratia genus includes different species, such as S. marcescens, which is frequently involved in human and animal infections, and S. plymuthica a saprophytic fermentative, non-motile gram-negative rod, that produces red pigment (prodigiosin), classified as an uncommon cause of human (Reina et al. 1992, Carrero et al. 1995, Ramos et al. 1995 and animal infection , Austin & Stobie 1992. S. plymuthica is found in soil (Kalbe et al. 1996), and has been isolated from different types of food (Lopez Sabater et …

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