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Bordetella avium

Bordetella avium is a gram-negative, non-fermentative, strictly aerobic, motile bacterium from the genus of Bordetella which has been isolated from patients with respiratory disease (cystic fibrosis).[3][4][5] Bordetella avium is mainly a bacterium which is responsible for animal diseases (bordetellosis) in wild and domesticated birds.[6] Bordetella avium was first described under the species Alcaligenes faecalis.[7]

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