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outbreak of septicaemia in neonates caused by acinetobacter junii investigated by amplified ribosomal dna restriction analysis (ardra) and four typing methods.septicaemia caused by acinetobacter occurred in six infants in the neonatal unit. a total of 18 acinetobacters were isolated from blood cultures, cultures of intravascular catheters, and surveillance cultures. twelve isolates from the six affected infants were identified as acinetobacter junii by the use of a novel method, amplified ribosomal dna restriction analysis (ardra). typing of the organisms using the biochemical profiles of the api 20ne system, antibiogram typing, cell envelope protein ...19979049817
studies on bioemulsifier production by acinetobacter strains isolated from healthy human skin.in recent years, interest has been growing in the search for novel bioemulsifiers. many bacterial genera including acinetobacter have been reported to produce bioemulsifiers. the present study aims to screen acinetobacter isolates from healthy human skin for bioemulsifier production. methods and results: acinetobacter junii sc14 produced maximum bioemulsifier in the presence of almond oil during stationary growth phase at 37 degrees c and ph 7.2. partially purified, nondialysable bioemulsifier f ...200111473593
clinical characteristics of patients with acinetobacter junii infection.acinetobacter junii is a human pathogen but a. junii infection is rarely reported. this study aimed to delineate the characteristics of a. junii infection.200919424558
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