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Related to corynebacteria: Corynebacterium jeikeium, Corynebacterium striatum


Plural of corynebacterium.
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Detection of diphtheria organisms: Clinical specimens (1118 throat swabs and 585 nasal swabs) were collected from the admitted patients for the detection of pathogenic corynebacteria following the standard procedures (30).
Polymerase chain reaction for screening clinical isolates of corynebacteria for the production of diphtheria toxin.
1,2) Lipophilic corynebacteria may require extended incubation to be recovered.
These samples were 2 Hurley stage 1 samples yielding pure culture of Propionibacterium acnes and 2 samples yielding corynebacteria, Enterobacteriaceae, and coagulase negative staphylococci.
No DIPNET member country routinely screens all throat swab specimens for corynebacteria, although sentinel screening of all throat swab specimens is conducted in Denmark, Ireland, and the United Kingdom.
gov/BLAST) as well as by using corynebacteria reference strains (Table).
Identifying cases is facilitated if all throat swabs from patients with pharyngitis corynebacteria in England and Wales and estimated the possible consequences of not detecting a case.
Gram-positive rods with rounded ends and nonparallel sides, arranged in palisades or in V shapes, were observed, which suggested the presence of corynebacteria.
The organista isolated from the throat was only identified because the microbiology department screened all throat swabs routinely for corynebacteria.
Broad-spectrum media allowed several previously unrecognized gram-positive bacteria, such as novel corynebacteria or Staphylococcus species, as well as novel beta-Proteobacteria, to be isolated, mainly from blood or pus of patients (18,37,38).
The nondiphtheriae corynebacteria are uncommon but increasingly recognized as agents of endocarditis in patients with underlying structural heart disease or prosthetic valves.
Incidence of non-toxigenic corynebacteria [ILLEGIBLE TEXT] personnel in Germany.