CDC Groups

A member of a CDC (Center for Disease Control) Group is an organism that does not have genus status as yet. Primarily this is because the isolate has been rarely isolated and more isolates are required before the necessary biochemical reactions for genus status can be determined They may be either gram-positive or gram-negative bacteria.

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