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  • Other opportunistic pathogenic microorganisms isolated from the beverages included species of Klebsiella, Staphylococcus, Stenotrophomonas, Candida, and Serratia.

    Scientists Say Half Of All Soda Fountains Harbor Fecal Bacteria - The Consumerist

  • The project used the harmless bacteria Bacillus subtilis and Serratia marcescens in an installation, performance, and film dedicated to demystifying issues surrounding germ warfare programs and their cost to global public health.

    William Fisher: A Prosecutor's Holy Grail: Another Scalp

  • The project used the harmless bacteria Bacillus subtilis and Serratia marcescens in an installation, performance, and film dedicated to demystifying issues surrounding germ warfare programs and their cost to global public health.

    A Prosecutor's Holy Grail: Another Scalp

  • Henderson noted that the organisms involved in this case -- Serratia marcescens and Bacillus atrophaeus -- do not appear on lists of substances that could be used in biological terrorism.

    Boing Boing: July 4, 2004 - July 10, 2004 Archives

  • Serratia marcescens is an organism that occurs naturally in the gut.

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  • Serratia marcescens is an organism which occurs naturally in the gut.

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  • In humans, the pathogen Serratia marcescens is opportunistic, causing respiratory, wound and urinary tract infections.

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  • Officials checking for signs of contamination at pharmaceutical supplier Meds IV found Serratia marcescens on a faucet and a mixing area in the business, said Dr. Donald Williamson, director of the Alabama Department of Public Health.

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  • Previous work by Porter and colleague Kathryn Patterson Sutherland, of Rollins College in Florida, identified Serratia marcescens as the cause of white pox and pointed to sewage, not wildlife, as the source of the strain that infected corals.

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  • This elkhorn coral off Key West, Fla., is infected with a disease caused by the fecal coliform bacterium Serratia marcescens.

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