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Species/Subspecies: Klebsiella mobilis
Etymology: Genus name: named after the German bacteriologist Edwin Klebs (1834-1913). Species epithet: motile
Significance:  [Of minor importance]   
Old Species Name(s):Enterobacter aerogenes
Taxonomy:
PhylumClassOrderFamilyGenus
ProteobacteriaGammaproteobacteriaEnterobacterialesEnterobacteriaceaeKlebsiella
Type Strain: ATCC 13048 = CCUG 1429
Macromorphology (smell):
Micromorphology:
Gram +/Gram -:
Metabolism: Facultatively anaerobic
Catalase/Oxidase:?/-
Other Enzymes: tryptofanase (indol) -phurease -
Biochemical Tests: Voges-Proskauer +
Spec. Char.:
Hosts:
Disease (Swedish):Opportunist, kan ibland påvisas vid koliforma mastiter hos mjölkkor.
Disease (English):Opportunistic, has been isolated from diary cows with coliform mastitis.
Clinical Picture:
16S rRNA Seq.:
Acc-noStrainNumber of NTOperon
AB004750 JCM 1235T 1438  

Taxonomy/phylogeny:
 Klebsiella mobilis
Nine species have been described within genus Klebsiella. K. mobilis belongs to the family Enterobacteriaceae and is closely related to members of the genus Citrobacter. In fact, members of the genus Klebsiella and Citrobacter freundii form a monophyletic cluster (see Fig. 224:1 to the left).
Comment:Enterobacter aerogenes and Klebsiella mobilis are so-called homotypic synonyms, but the bacterium is most similar to species within the genus Klebsiella and this genus name is, therefore, used on VetBact.
Updated:2018-02-01

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