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The majority of organisms isolated from contaminated platelet components are skin commensal bacteria, which enter into the needle during venipuncture. 39, 168–172 (2012). Although relatively susceptible to disinfection and desiccation when dried on a surface, E. cloacae can be a challenging microorganism to mitigate in solution. International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy. However, it may be an opportunistic pathogen and has an increasing importance in hospital-acquired infections (intensive care units, emergency units, urology). Humans are only endangered by the Enterobacter … The management of this sort of infection is complicated because it has resistance to many types of antibiotics. reported an outbreak in a neonatal intensive care unit with nine deaths,[32] and in 2003, Kuboyama et al. This organism affects mostly the vulnerable age groups such as the elderly and the young and can cause prolonged hospitalization in the intensive care unit (ICU) (5). Although this organism is mainly a pathogen for human and causes disease, Enterobacter cloacae have been used as a biological control for plant disease such as the seed-rotting oomycete in Pythium ultimum and used to control insect pests on mulberry leaves and suppress disease (3). A proposed genus Enterobacter. [8] The differentiation of these subspecies is based on their particular properties and biochemical tests. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. Bratu S, Landman D, Alam M, Tolentino E, Quale J. PLoS One3, e3018 (2008). Regulation of polymyxin resistance and adaptation to low-Mg2+ environments. In order to do do so, it requires menaquinone, which acts as an electron carrier. Studies have shown that Enterobacter cloacae has caused an outbreak of infections in many hospital burn centers. 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