Identification of coagulase-negative staphylococci
from bovine mastitis using RFLP-PCR of the groEL gene.
Transfer of the methicillin resistance genomic island among staphylococci
Patterns of multidrug resistance among methicillin-resistant hospital isolates of coagulase-positive and coagulase-negative Staphylococci
collected in the international multicenter study RESIST in 1997 and 1998.
Goat milk, Subclinical caprine mastitis, Staphylococci
, Coagulase positive, Coagulase negative.
All patients admitted and/or attending surgery and orthopedics OPD with suspected microbial wound infection and the discharge, which yielded growth of staphylococci
, were included in the present study.
(2015), 86.2% of 129 coagulase-negative Staphylococci
strains isolated from subclinical mastitis cases in dairy cows, were highly susceptible to bacitracin.
Gallagher, Montgomerie and North (1965)  found that 'coagulase-negative staphylococci
,' at 14% were the second most common pathogen in bacteriologically proven cases of urinary tract infection in general practice.
showed the zone size of <22 mm which indicates that these strains were resistant to Cefoxitin and were declared as MRSA.
The second mechanism is related to a change in the site of action of [beta]-lactams by producing a new penicillin-binding protein, PBP2a, which has low affinity for antibiotics and is absent in susceptible staphylococci
. (6) PBP2a is encoded by the mecA gene.
Adaptation to temperature changes is particularly crucial for staphylococci
as they inhabit and circulate between many natural and manmade environments, several host species, varying anatomical sites, fomites, and food matrices, where they are susceptible to temperature fluctuations that can adversely impair the cell envelope and interfere with its intricate functions [16,17].
The association between the PD-related infections by staphylococci
and the oral colonization with the same Staphylococcus species was examined (Figure 1).