hippurate hydrolysis

hippurate hydrolysis

a biochemical reaction used to identify bacteria. Particularly used for differentiation of streptococci causing bovine mastitis.
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Hippurate hydrolysis can be used, with GBS hydrolyzing sodium hippurate.
Each isolate was tested by Gram staining, cytochrome oxidase, and hippurate hydrolysis for presumptive identification and species-specific PCR (3) to identify 5 species from Campylobacter genus.
Hippurate hydrolysis test was done by standard method15 to identify L.
pneumophila as identified by positive hippurate hydrolysis test.
Campylobacter isolates that were hippurate hydrolysis positive were identified as C.
7%) used the hippurate hydrolysis test to identify C.
Campylobacter strains were presumptively identified with Gram stain, oxidase, and hippurate hydrolysis tests and confirmed with a C.
Isolates were determined to be Campylobacter by dark-field microscopic examination and hippurate hydrolysis (20-22).
The isolates were sent to Helsinki University Central Hospital (HUCH) Laboratory Diagnostics along with information about the patient (date of birth, sex, recent travel history) and the isolate (date of stool sampling, hippurate hydrolysis result).