Pseudomonas Aeruginosa

Pseudomonas aeruginosa Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Greek Puon = pus and Greek kuanos = dark blue, is referred to Pseudomonas aeruginosa Latin species name = aeruginosus covered in rust. ...

Listeria

HISTORY: Listeria monocytogenes, type species of the genus Listeria (named after the English surgeon Lord Lister) was described in 1926 by Murray; The bacterium was isolated during ...

Bacillus

GENERAL: The genus Bacillus includes rod-shaped bacteria, usually mobile, spore-forming. These bacilli are Gram-positive, facultatively aerobic or anaerobic strict. Bacillus genus includes ...

Gram Negative bacilli difficile growth

Cardiobacterium hominis HISTORY: Slotnick and Dougherthy proposed in 1964 the name C. hominis to designate gram-negative bacilli, polymorphic slow culture, initially placed in the group ...

Other non-fermenting bacilli

FLAVOBACTERIUM I – GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS: For years, the genus Flavobacterium presented very heterogeneous: indeed he gathered gram-negative bacilli or positive, stationary ...

Other aero-anaerobic gram-negative bacilli

OTHER BACTERIA BITES: Bacteria cited herein are present in the oral flora of animals and can be found in wounds or when consecutive septicemia bites. These are small Gram-negative bacilli, ...
Charbon cutané

Cutaneous Anthrax

– Toxic infection of herbivores due to Bacillus anthracis transmitted to humans by inoculation through the skin (contact with dead animals of coal, flies). Common in tropical ...
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