Pseudomonas: Frequently Asked Questions


Pseudomonas is a bacteria ("germ") that belongs to a family of bacteria known as the "pseudomonads". Pseudomonads are very common bacteria that are usually found in water, soil and on plants. Most pseudomonads are harmless to humans, but some, such as Pseudomonas aeruginosa, can occasionally cause infections in humans.

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