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The genera Mima and Herellea, members of the tribe Mimeae (De Bord, 1942), contain organisms which morphologically resemble the Neisseriae upon primary isolation. Since they are being isolated in increasing numbers from the spinal fluid of patients with acute meningitis, a method for their differentiation from the Neisseriae would be advantageous. Schaub(More)
Cary, Sylvia G. (Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Washington, D.C.), and Eugene B Blair. New transport medium for shipment of clinical specimens. I. Fecal specimens. J. Bacteriol. 88:96-98. 1964.-A new transport medium for the collection and shipment of clinical specimens is described. Preliminary studies indicate that, with initial fecal specimens,(More)
Five distinct bacteriophages have been isolated from strains of Neisseria meningitidis. Filtrates with titers of 10(-4) to 10(-6) were produced with a modified Swanstrom and Adams semisolid agar procedure, employing Eugonbroth with added agar and an incubation temperature of 30 C. Of 49 strains of N. meningitidis (groups B and C), 25 were lysed by one or(More)
  • Sue Cary
  • Nephrology nursing journal : journal of the…
  • 1996
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The effects of a brief period of supine exercise on fetal heart rate (FHR) was studied in 25 healthy, regularly exercising women, 12 in the late second trimester and 13 in the mid third trimester. Although statistically significant increases in maternal mean arterial pressure and pulse occurred, the exercise intensity was mild, with the average percent(More)
The members of the tribe Mimeae constitute a diagnostic and clinical bacteriological problem since they resemble other gram negative bacteria and are frequently not recognized in the laboratory. Morphologically they resembletheNeisseriae eince diplococcal forms predominate on solid media. Deacon (1945) reported the isolation of Mima polymorpha from 8 cases(More)