sources for restriction enzymes (at this website):
||Proteus vulgaris is Gram stain negative.
||Proteus vulgaris is
a Facultative anaerobe
||Proteus vulgaris is motile.
||Bacteria; Proteobacteria; Gammaproteobacteria; Enterobacteriales;
||Proteus vulgaris is highly motile and often "swarm"
across the surface of agar plates, giving a distinct appearance
different than distinct colonies normally seen.
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|Human health and disease:
|Proteus vulgaris is
an opportunistic pathogen and has been associated with
cases of urinary tract infection, bacteremia, pneumonia
and focal lesions.