coryneform


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coryneform

 [ko-ri´nĕ-form]
club-shaped; denoting or resembling organisms of the family Corynebacteriaceae.

coryneform

/co·ry·ne·form/ (-form) denoting or resembling organisms of the family Corynebacteriaceae.

coryneform

(kə-rĭn′ə-fôrm′)
adj.
Having the shape of a corynebacterium.

coryneform

denoting or resembling organisms of the family Corynebacteriaceae. See also diphtheroid.
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The Coryneform strain, NIAB SS-27, was grown in the GYE medium, 50 ml per flask (Erlenmeyer, 250 ml), at 30 degC and 150 rpm.
Evaluation of the rapid CORYNE identification system for Corynebacterium species and other coryneforms.
The results of present study are in line with the work of Sthiannopkao [15], who also observed 30oC as optimum temperature in their study while working on three strains of Coryneform bacteria during fermentation.
Opportunistic coryneform organisms--residents of human skin.
Because other coryneform bacteria produce similar colonies (usually smaller), fresh Tinsdale medium is recommended to demonstrate both tellurite reductase (black colonies) and cystinase enzyme activity (brown halo around colonies).
Fibrinolytic enzymes from microbial sources have been reported from various species of Bacillus (3-8), Pseudomonas (9), Staphylococcus (10), Alteromonas (11), Coryneform bacteria (12), Penicillium (13), Aspergillus (14-16), Fusarium (17,18), Trichotecium (19), Actinomyces (20,21), Streptomyces (22,23) and Esherichia coli (24).
Coryneform bacteria isolated from middle ear fluid.
Degussa AG (Dusseldorf, Germany) has patented Coryneform bacteria which have, in addition to at least one copy, present at the natural site (locus), of an open reading frame (ORF), gene or allele which codes for the synthesis of a protein or an RNA, in each case a second, optionally third or fourth copy of this open reading frame (ORF), gene or allele at in each case a second, optionally third or fourth site in a form integrated into the chromosome and processes for the preparation of chemical compounds by fermentation of these bacteria.
Clavibacter: A new genus containing some phytopathogenic coryneform bacteria, including Clavibacter xyli sp.
Their titles are Actinomycetes, Fermentation of bacilli, Coryneform bacteria, Bioprocess technology in industrial fungi, Using mammalian cells to produce products, and Growth of yeast.
AzaSite([R]) (azithromycin ophthalmic solution) 1% is indicated for the treatment of bacterial conjunctivitis in patients one year and older caused by the following organisms: CDC coryneform group G, Haemophilus influenzae, Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus mitis group, and Streptococcus pneumoniae.