[Pyocin typing of 111 strains of Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolated in Tuscany, using the Gillies and Govan method].


Pseudomonas aeruginosa strains from Tuscany have been typed for pyocine production against Govan and Gillies' extended set of indicator strains; results have been expressed following a binary code. Among 111 strains only 6 could not be typed; the remaining 105 strains (94.6%) presented 59 different patterns, 44 of which were represented by one isolate only… (More)


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