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Comamonas testosterone (formerly Pseudomonas testosteroni) is a ubiquitous aerobic gram negative bacillus, motile, glucose nonfermenter, do not form spores. It is found in soil, plants, water saprophytes, and also may be found in humidifier reservoir water, even isolated from dromedary rumen fluid .Although it is frequently considered a commensal, it is a potential human pathogen
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