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cam·py·lo·bac·ter

n 1  cap  :  a genus of slender spirally curved rod bacteria of the family Spirillaceae that are gram-negative, microaerophilic, and motile with a characteristic motion resembling a corkscrew, that do not form spores, and that include forms formerly included in the genus Spirillum or Vibrio of which some are pathogenic for domestic animals or humans - see HELICOBACTER   2  :  any bacterium of the genus Campylobacter .
 
 

 
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