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ID 25 - Identification of Anaerobic Gram Negative Rods

Addition of information regarding Gram stain Agar media
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Bacteroides fragilis: A Case Study of Bacteremia and Septic Arthritis

Bacteroides fragilis is an obligate anaerobe which will appear as a gram negative bacillus on a gram stain. It is part of the normal flora of the human 

Growth Yields and Fermentation Balance of Bacteroides fragilis

gram-negative non-sporeforming bacilli and is the Bacteroides species most was monitored by Gram stain

Septic Arthritis Caused by Bacteroides fragilis

10 mai 1989 the diagnosis of B fragilis arthritis were the pres- ... yielded purulent bloody fluid which on gram stain-.

Rapid diagnosis of anaerobic infections by direct gas-liquid

negative bacilli although clinical data and Gram-stain suggested their presence "false-negative" specimen yielded Bacteroides pneumosintes

Evaluation of the Rapid ID 32A system for identification of anaerobic

Gram-negative bacilli excluding the Bacteroides fragilis group. the culture medium

Differentiation of enterobacteriaceae pseudomonas aeruginosa

1991;14:195-201. Differentiation of Enterobacteriaceae. Pseudomonas aeruginosa
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Recovery of Anaerobic Bacteria from 3 Patients with Infection at a

and Bacteroides fragilis and Enterococcus faecalis were re- covered from a patient with umbilical Gram stain showed gram-positive cocci in chains and.

ID 25 - Identification of Anaerobic Gram Negative Rods

human isolates belong to the genera Bacteroides Fusobacterium
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Aspiration Pneumonia

(chiefly various species of Bacteroides Fusobacterium