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Identification of unusual pathogenic gram-negative aerobic and facultatively anaerobic bacteria

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Anaerobic bacteria -- Laboratory manuals., Gram-negative bacteria -- Laboratory manuals., Gram-Negative Bacteria -- laboratory manuals., Gram-Negative Aerobic Bacteria -- classification., Gram-Negative Facultatively Anaerobic Rods -- classifica
StatementRobin S. Weyant ... [et al.] ; photographs by James D. Howard and William A. Clark.
ContributionsWeyant, Robin S.
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LC ClassificationsQR89.5 .I34 1996
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Paginationxxv, 727 p. :
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Open LibraryOL780559M
ISBN 100683006150
LC Control Number95012416

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The isolates were identified using in-house biochemical reactions as described for coryneform bacteria, for unusual Gram-negative aerobic bacteria and for facultative anaerobic bacteria.

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Weyant [et al.] ; photographs by James D. Howard and William A. Clark. The Identification of Unusual Pathogenic Gram-Negative Bacteria. The β-lactamases of gram-negative bacteria and their role in resistance to Aerobic and Facultatively Anaerobic Bacteria.

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Wayne Moss, Robert E. Weaver. Identification of unusual pathogenic gram-negative aerobic and facultative anaerobic bacteria, 2nd ed. Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore, MD. View Abstract Previous NextCited by: Weyant R S, Moss C W, Weaver R E, Hollis D G, Jordan J G, Cook E C, Daneshvar M I.

Identification of unusual pathogenic gram-negative aerobic and facultatively anaerobic bacteria. 2nd ed. Atlanta, Ga: Centers for Disease Control; [Google Scholar]Cited by: Abstract.

Bacteria are identified whenever their presence is considered clinically significant. Isolates, therefore, from normally sterile sites require identification and antimicrobial susceptibility by: 1.

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Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. Identification of unusual pathogenic gram-negative aerobic and facultatively anaerobic bacteria / William A. Clark [et al.]. Identification of unusual pathogenic gram-negative aerobic. Obligate anaerobic bacteria must be grown under conditions devoid of oxygen.

The most common approach is culture in an anaerobic jar (Figure 3). Anaerobic jars include chemical packs that remove oxygen and release carbon dioxide (CO 2). An anaerobic chamber is an enclosed box from which all oxygen is removed.

Gloves sealed to openings in the Author: Anh-Hue Thi Tu, Nina Parker, Mark Schneegurt, Brian Forster, Philip Lister. Biochemical Tests for the Identification of Aerobic Bacteria, p In Clinical Microbiology Procedures Handbook, 3rd Edition.

ASM Press, Washington, DC. doi: /ch "This Guide to presumptive identification is also published as an appendix to the CDC laboratory manual on Identification of unusual pathogenic gram-negative and facultatively anaerobic bacteria by W.A.

Clark, D.G. Hollis, R.E. Weaver, and P. Riley. Cited by: -aerobic or facultatively anaerobic, Gram-negative rod-shaped bacteria that fement lactose to form gas on lactose broth-can be diagnosed by growth on MacConkey's agar (pink) or Eosin-Methylene blue agar-commonly found in soil, on plants, and on decaying vegetation-colonize the.

"This Guide to presumptive identification is also published as an appendix to the CDC laboratory manual on Identification of unusual pathogenic gram-negative and facultatively anaerobic bacteria by W.A.

Clark, D.G. Hollis, R.E. Weaver, and P. Riley. Identification of unusual pathogenic gram-negative aerobic and facultatively anaerobic bacteria 2nd ed.

Centers for Disease Control Atlanta, Ga ↵ Wilson K. H.,Cited by: Fusobacteria are an anaerobic, gram-negative rod-shaped bacteria that are commonly found in dental plaques. But, plaque buildup isn't the only problem these bacteria are responsible for. coli belongs to the family Enterobacteriaceae, a facultative anaerobic, gram-negative bacteria.

The organisms are common inhabitants of the human GI tract, and most strains do not have the virulence factors necessary to cause disease. The primary pathogenic strains of E. coli and the syndromes that they cause are listed next.

Itzhak Brook, Sarah S. Long, in Principles and Practice of Pediatric Infectious Diseases (Fifth Edition), Pathogenesis. Anaerobic infections are predictable because these organisms are not intrinsically highly pathogenic. Most anaerobic infections are caused by the host endogenous flora and occur at sites contiguous or related to sites of their normal residence, under permissive or.

Start studying Microbiology: Chapter Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. facultatively anaerobic gram-negative rods D) gram-positive cocci E) endospore-forming rods. aerobic, helical bacteria C) enterics - gram-negative D) mycobacteria.

Organism Referred for Identification, Aerobic Bacteria. Identification Commercial Kit (if appropriate) (RS Weyant, CW Moss, RE Weaver, et al: Identification of unusual pathogenic gram negative aerobic and facultatively anaerobic bacteria.

CDC, Atlanta, GA, ; Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology, Vol 1. MICROBES OF THE BODY THE ENTERICS OpenWebMail. The Gram-negative aerobic rods and cocci. Enteric bacteria are Gram-negative rods with facultative anaerobic for example, why it, Example of Unknown Lab Report, Microbiology Unknown tube was not allowing the gram negative to be shown on is an enteric and.Sites of anaerobes in normal flora.

Strict anaerobes are present in large numbers in the intestine (95 to 99% of total bacterial mass), but also in the mouth and genitourinary tract. The most common infections resulting from abdominal surgery or other gut injury are Enterobacteriaceae (facultative anaerobes) and Bacteroides fragilis (see below.CDC.

Streptobacillus moniliformis. In: Clark WA, Hollis DG, Weaver RE, Riley P, eds. Identification of unusual pathogenic gram-negative aerobic and facultatively anaerobic bacteria. Atlanta, Georgia: US Department of Health and Human Services, CDC, Washburn RG.

Streptobacillus moniliformis (rat-bite fever).