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Proteus mirabilis is a type of bacterium found in soil, water and the human urinary tract. It is known to cause urinary tract infection as well as kidney stones in humans. More »

Proteus mirabilis in urine is a sign of a urinary tract infection that can occur in patients who are catheterized for long periods, have structural or functional abnormalities, or are elderly, according to Infection and ... More »

An infection of Klebsiella bacteria remains responsible for a relatively small percentage of urinary tract infections after E. coli and Staphylococcus saprophyticus, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center... More »

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Proteus mirabilis in urine is a sign of a urinary tract infection that can occur in patients who are catheterized for long periods, have structural or functional abnormalities, or are elderly, according to Infection and ... More »

A significant feature of the colony morphology of Proteus vulgaris is the bacterium's tendency to produce concentric rings while a colony moves across an agar plate, explains Schenectady County Community College. Colony ... More »

Klebsiella pneumoniae is a type of Gram-negative, non-motile bacterium that is rod-shaped and made of either one or two pods, with a polysaccharide capsule that envelops the entire cell structure, according to Medscape. ... More »

Triton and Proteus are moons of the planet Neptune. With a diameter of 1,700 miles, Triton is the largest moon. William Lassell discovered this moon in 1846. The Voyager 2 spacecraft discovered Proteus in 1989. Proteus i... More »