corynebacteria


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cor·y·ne·bac·te·ri·a

(kŏ-rī'nē-bak-tēr'ē-ă),
Plural of corynebacterium.
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Corynebacteria were identified to the species level if isolated in pure culture or if deemed to be clinically meaningful if present in a polymicrobial culture.
7,510,704 B2; Unilever Home & Personal Care USA has patented a cosmetic composition that is comprised of an antimicrobial active capable of providing sub-lethal inhibition of fatty acid catabolism by corynebacteria.
This retrospective study was carried out to identify isolated Corynebacteria biochemically, determine their toxigenicity, drug sensitivity and some epidemiological characteristics of diphtheria cases from Delhi and adjoining States for the period 1998-2004.
The primary infection with corynebacteria takes place in the respiratory tract and affects mainly the pharyngeal tonsil.
The Gram-positive Corynebacteria and Propionibacteria are part of the physiological skin flora.
fungi, AFB, anaerobes Blood (venous and Presence of any Coagulase-negative arterial), tissue microorganism until staphylococcus and proven otherwise corynebacteria (including AFB and propionibacteria, fungus) saprophytic Neisseria spp.
Diphtheria is an infection caused by the toxin-producing bacteria corynebacteria diphtheriae which can affect children aged five and upwards, adolescents, and adults.
Map for identification of anaerobic bacteria, microaerobic bacteria, corynebacteria and lactobacilli;maps for identification of gram-negative microorganisms;maps for determining susceptibility to antimicrobials in concentrations;maps for identification of yeast and yeast-like microorganisms;maps for determining susceptibility to antimicrobials
Non diphtherial corynebacteria, originally thought to be mainly contaminants, have increasingly over the past 2 decades and have been recognized as pathogenic.
44% of these have homologues in Streptomycetes, 19% in Mycobacteria , next in line being Corynebacteria sp.