noun Etymology: New Latin, from Greek kampylos bent + New Latin bacterium; akin to Greek kampē bend — more at gambit Date: 1964 any of a genus (Campylobacter) of spirally curved motile gram-negative rod-shaped bacteria of which some are pathogenic in domestic animals and humans

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