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Jb&b102 3
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Production of equol from daidzein by Gram-Positive rod-shaped Title bacterium isolated from rat intestineMinamida Kimiko Tanaka Michiko Abe Ayumi SoneAuthor s Teruo Tomita Fusao Hara Hiroshi Asano KozoCitation Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering 102 3 247-250Issue Date 2006-09DOIDoc URL http hdl handle net 2115 14823RightType article author versionAdditionalInformationFile JB B102-3 pdfInform...

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Nkt Grampos
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Invariant natural killer T cells recognize glycolipids from pathogenic Gram-Positive bacteria ArticlesInvariant natural killer T cells recognize glycolipidsfrom pathogenic Gram-Positive bacteriaYuki Kinjo1 2 13 Petr Illarionov3 13 Jos Luis Vela1 13 Bo Pei1 Enrico Girardi4 Xiangming Li5Yali Li4 Masakazu Imamura6 Yukihiro Kaneko2 Akiko Okawara2 Yoshitsugu Miyazaki2Anaximandro G mez-Velasco7 Paul Rog...

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Mic Winsconsin
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Relationship Between Antimicrobial Drug Usage and Antimicrobial Susceptibility of Gram-Positive Mastitis Pathogens J Dairy Sci 90 262 273American Dairy Science Association 2007Relationship Between Antimicrobial Drug Usage and AntimicrobialSusceptibility of Gram-Positive Mastitis PathogensM Pol and P L Ruegg1Department of Dairy Science University of Wisconsin Madison 53706ABSTRACT INTRODUCTIONThe o...

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First Aid Pharm
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inoglycosides Cephalosporins MetronidazoleVery Finely Proficient At Cell MurderPenicillin G IV -Bactericidal for Gram-Positive 1 Bind penicillin-binding proteins -Prototype -lactam antibioticsPenicillin V oral cocci Gram-Positive Rods 2 Block transpeptidase cross-linking of cell wall -Not penicillinase resistantgram-negative cocci and 3 Activate autolytic enzymes -SE hypersensitivity reactions hem

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Chap10
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imilar in thatA both are diseases caused by spirochetesB both diseases are transmitted by sexual contactC both diseases affect the groin and spinal cordD both are diseases primarily of childrenE both diseases are caused by anaerobic rods5 Trachoma isA a foodborne disease of the intestineB a spirochetal disease of the lungsC a sexually-transmitted disease caused by a rickettsiaD a chlamydial diseas

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0 1 2 3 4 3 5 Terms you should knowrespiratory system hyaluronidase pharyngitispharynx erythrogenic toxin pneumoniahemolytic hemolysis septicemia diphtheriablood agar scarlet fever lysogenypyrogenic toxin rheumatic fever pertussisStreptococcus pyogenesDescription Gram-Positive cocci in chainsDiseases Strep throat scarlet fever rheumatic fever toxic shockVirulence factors Hemolytic exotoxin -hemoly...

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el Hospital de Cl nicas de la Universidad Nacional de Asunci n Elpaciente present ausencia de percepci n luminosa en el ojo afecto quemosis hipopion y ulceracentral de cornea 5 mm Se tom muestra por raspado de cornea y el examen directo revelbacilos Gram positivos Se realiz cultivo en placas de agar sangre agar chocolate y en caldotioglicolato incubados a 37 C y en agar Sabouraud incubados a 28 C

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8116vaginitis Pub
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vAGINITIS Pathology Laboratory MedicineVaginitis VaginosisTEST UPDATEThe Microbiology Laboratory offers a Vaginitis Exam Sunquest Test Code VAGEXPrism Test Code LAB1380 which includes a Gram smear for detection of bacterial vagi-nosis and yeast as well as Trichomonas antigen detection This test which can identifyNotification Date multiple causes of infection will replace routine vaginal cultures a...

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Cycle 23 Organism 9 Listeria Monocytogenes
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f the relevant Thistle QA Participation Certificate as proof of registration ona Thistle QA EQACycle 23 Organism 9Listeria monocytogenesListeria monocytogenes is a Gram-Positive rod-shaped bacterium It is the agent of listeriosis a seriousinfection caused by eating food contaminated with the bacteria The disease affects primarily pregnantwomen newborns and adults with weakened immune systemsLister

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Clostridium Botulinum
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http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/msds-ftss/msds35e.html Clonorchis sinensis - Material Safety Data Sheets MSDS Page 1 of 3Home Material Safety Data Sheets - Infectious SubstancesMATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET - INFECTIOUS SUBSTANCESSECTION I - INFECTIOUS AGENTNAME Clostridium botulinumSYNONYM OR CROSS REFERENCE BotulismCHARACTERISTICS Gram Positive Rods sporeformer anaerobic producesneurotoxin under anaerob...

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py andinfection caused by resistant microorganisms Ciprofloxacin a new carboxyquinolone derivative may offer theadvantages of oral administration a broad spectrum of antibacterial activity and safety for the managementof these patients The pharmacokinetics of ciprofloxacin in serum and peritoneal fluid of eight adult patientsundergoing chronic ambulatory peritoneal dialysis CAPD were investigated

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Activity of Ceftaroline-Avibactam Tested against Gram-Negative Organism Populations including Strains Expressing One or More-Lactamases and Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus CarryingVarious Staphylococcal Cassette Chromosome mec TypesMariana Castanheira a Helio S Sader a David J Farrell a Rodrigo E Mendes a and Ronald N Jonesa bJMI Laboratories North Liberty Iowa USA a and Tufts Universi...

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2011 Abstracts
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were grown andthen examined The results showed that the Chameleon and the White-line Gecko had the highestamount of oral Bacteria Further Gram staining showed that all of the strains were Gram positiveRods and Cocci and Gram negative Rods No other shapes or Gram negative Cocci were found Thissuggests that some variation in amounts exists but the bacteria seem to be part of a normal oral floraIt w

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en-trations the overall 24-h urinary recovery was not significantly altered Approx-imately 50 to 55 of the drug was excreted in the urine as unchanged drug At 12h urine concentrations were still above the minimal inhibitory concentration formost common Gram-negative urinary pathogens Cinoxacin was well toleratedwhen administered to 23 volunteers from 10 to 28 days Resistance among fecalisolates in

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1471 2180 13 212
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The two peptide lantibiotic lacticin 3147 acts synergistically with polymyxin to inhibit Gram negative bacteria Draper et al BMC Microbiology 2013 13 212http www biomedcentral com 1471-2180 13 212RESEARCH ARTICLE Open AccessThe two peptide lantibiotic lacticin 3147 actssynergistically with polymyxin to inhibit Gramnegative bacteriaLorraine A Draper1 Paul D Cotter2 3 Colin Hill1 2 and R Paul Ross2 ...

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0412 0015en E
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ty USAMRIID evalu-ated the Sherlock MIS based on the chromato-Abstract graphic analysis of FAMEs derived from bacterialmembranes 1The U S Army Medical Research Institute of InfectiousStrengths of the Sherlock MIS include its ability toDiseases USAMRIID Fort Detrick MD the Departmentcreate custom libraries and its history of applica-of Defense s lead laboratory for medical aspects of biolog-tion in

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Program 2014
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al Symposium 1 Industrial Symposium 21145 - 12 15 Lunch12 15 - 13 00 Industrial Symposium 3 Industrial Symposium 413 00 - 15 00 Free paper presentation15 00 - 15 30 Break15 30 - 17 00 ID grand round general ID S1 Exercise Pro v s Con in controversy topics in IC18 00 - 22 00 GALA DINNERDraft 40Update on management of infectious diseases23 - 26 255725 255707 30 - 08 0008 00 - 08 50 Meet the expert I

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l resistance to -lactam antibiotics One striking featureof Salmonella is the absence of the structural ampC gene encoding AmpC -lactamase in contrast with othermembers in the Enterobacteriaceae family such as Escherichia Citrobacter or Enterobacter The horizontalacquisition of ampC genes is one of the causes of the increased resistance to extended-spectrum cephalosporinsand -lactamase inhibitors a

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Pseudomonas Micro 108
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Microsoft Word - Pseudomonas Micro 108.doc TITLE ProcedureArmstrong Atlantic State Micro 108University Clinical MicrobiologyMedical Technology Effective DateProgram 2 2005Savannah GA Pseudomonas Page 1 of 3Supplies ReagentsSlides Triple Sugar Iron TSI agar Mineral oilSaline or Distilled Water OF glucose open closedDisposable loops OF maltose openGram stain kit OF xylose openHeat plate Oxidase card...

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ds were detected in each of these insertion sequenceelements The 228-amino-acid protein revealed homology to transposase proteins of Gram-Positive bacteriaDownloaded from http aac asm org on January 28 2015 by guestBacteria of the genus Pasteurella represent nonmotile fac-ultatively anaerobic Gram-negative Rods 3 Isolates of P mul-tocida and P haemolytica cause economically important dis-eases in

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t for Gram-positivenon-spore-forming Rods with 50 minimum inhibitory concentrations when the latter were excluded of 1 to2 g ml and 90 minimum inhibitory concentrations of 4 to 8 g ml respectively Metronidazole MICs wereDownloaded from http aac asm org on January 28 2015 by guestusually lower against all groups except clostridiaMetronidazole a member of the imidazole group has been antibiotic Clav

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7 Application On Cefsulodin
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cephalosporin that has potent antibacterial H influenzae on a blood agar plateactivity against P aeruginosa and some Gram-Positive bacteria including S aureus but little effect againstH influenzae and many other Gram-negative Rods Thus the spectrum ofantibacterial activity of cefsulodin is ideally suited for incorporationinto selective media for the isolation of H influenzae from therespiratory se

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Essomba Et Al Pdf
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SI is a dreaded complication because it could compromise the benefitof surgery biasing the intervention s success chances and generating additional costs A prospective studywas conducted in three public hospitals in Yaound It was aimed at contributing to the safety of the inpatientsThis study specifically consisted in isolation of bacteria associated to SSIs evaluation of the influence ofvarious f

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Gram-negative Rods The more threatening tween the disks of 1 5 cm center to center Fig 1 Isolate-lactamases that have successfully emerged and are believed P6208 was also resistant to uoroquinolones amikacin genta-to spread only in Enterobacteriaceae are CTX-M-type extended- micin and tobramycin and was susceptible to colistin Thespectrum -lactamases ESBLs 5 The acquired -lacta- MICs of imipenem

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Clinically Relevant Gram-Negative Resistance Mechanisms Have No Effect on the Ef cacy of MC-1 a Novel Siderophore-ConjugatedMonocarbamCraig J McPherson Lisa M Aschenbrenner Brian M Lacey Kelly C Fahnoe Margaret M Lemmon Steven M FineganBaswanth Tadakamalla John P O Donnell John P Mueller and Andrew P TomarasAntibacterials Research Unit P zer Worldwide Research Development Groton Connecticut USAThe...

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4 Madrid 1 and Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales CSIC 28006 Madrid 2 SpainReceived 9 February 2000 Returned for modi cation 4 June 2000 Accepted 13 August 2000Acidaminococcus fermentans belongs to the group of strictly anaerobic Gram-negative cocci All previouslydescribed Acidaminococcus strains are susceptible to -lactam antibiotics An A fermentans strain RYC-MR95resistant to penicillin and ex

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18 Paris 1 and Departement de Pharmacologie Clinique2 andClinique de Reanimation des Maladies Infectieuses 3 H6pital Claude Bernard 75994 Paris France and Merrell DowResearch Institute Egham Surrey TW20 9NW United Kingdom4Received 24 February 1987 Accepted 15 July 1987The pharmacokinetics of teicoplanin were studied in 15 adult patients in the acute phase of severe infectionscaused by Gram-positiv

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Nni72 En 018
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e diseases suffer chronic aspiration of oropharyngealsecretionsPathophysiology and Risk FactorsThe pathogenesis of AP depends on the coexistence of two maingroups of risk factors a factors that affect oropharyngeal and or gas-troesophageal motility and b factors that favor bacterial colonization inoropharyngeal or gastroesophageal secretions fig 1Microbiology of APPathogens that contaminate the na

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12102413
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25 91 9474329191 Fax 91 -0353-2581212Received 7 August 2007 in revised form 9 October 2007 Accepted 9 October 2007 Published30 October 2007Abstract Synthesis of ten 3- arylideneamino -2-phenylquinazoline-4 3H -ones isreported All the compounds contained a common phenyl group at the 2-position while thesubstituents on the arylideneamino group were varied The compounds were investigatedfor their ant

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uesthygroscopicus LL-AC98 Mannopeptimycins and which have an isovaleryl substitution at variouspositions on the terminal mannose of the disaccharide moiety demonstrated moderate to good antibacterialactivities Mannopeptimycin was the most active component against methicillin-resistant staphylococci andvancomycin-resistant enterococci MICs 2 to 4 g ml for staphylococci and streptococci and 4 to 32

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