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One hundred and seventy-one strains of anaerobes were tested for susceptibility to carbenicillin by using agar dilution, broth dilution, and two disk diffusion methods. The minimal inhibitory… (More)
Thin-layer chromatography was used to detect the presence of the arginine dihydrolase system in nonfermentative gram-negative bacteria. The test was positive for the fluorescent pseudomonads as well… (More)
Rapid tests for glucose, maltose, lactose, sucrose, and starch fermentation were performed on 112 strains of anaerobic bacteria. The tests were incubated under aerobic conditions, and results were… (More)
A rapid urea-phenylalanine medium was effective for the identification of Proteus and, with one exception, Providencia. Most Klebsiella and a few Enterobacter were urease-positive with this method.
Thirteen indole-producing, swarming strains of Proteus were identified by additional biochemical testing as being Proteus mirabilis. These strains were characterized by 40 biochemical tests and by… (More)
Urinary isolates from 1961 to 1970 were surveyed. Forty-four different species were encountered in urine cultures. The most frequently isolated were Escherichia coli, Klebsiella, enterococci,… (More)
PathoTec strips and spot biochemical tests were evaluated for the ability to biotype Haemophilus influenzae and Haemophilus parainfluenzae. Indole, urease, and ornithine decarboxylase reactions were… (More)
The PathoTec ornithine decarboxylase test strip was evaluated for use in identification of swarming Proteus. All 181 strains tested were accurately identified within 4 h.
Blood was cultured in two vacuum bottles containing Columbia broth. Filtered air was admitted to one bottle (aerobic); the unvented bottle was considered anaerobic. Cultures were incubated at 35 C… (More)