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serotype distribution of campylobacter jejuni and campylobacter coli isolated from hospitalized patients with diarrhea in central australia.campylobacter jejuni and/or campylobacter coli was cultured from 218 of 1,078 patients of all age groups admitted to alice springs hospital, alice springs, central australia, between july 1988 and june 1989 for treatment of diarrhea. one hundred sixty-six campylobacter colonies from 127 patients were subjected to o serotyping by using the penner typing scheme. all except 29 colonies could be serotyped. a total of 46 serotypes were identified, and the predominant serotypes were o:8, 17, o:22, o:1 ...19921370848
dna relatedness and biochemical features of campylobacter spp. isolated in central and south australia.investigations of the etiology of diarrhea in patients in south australia and the northern territory showed that campylobacter spp. other than campylobacter jejuni and c. coli were common in children. campylobacters which were hippurate positive, nitrate negative, and susceptible to cephalothin and polymyxins were shown to be closely related to c. jejuni by dna studies. thermotolerant catalase-negative campylobacters were also isolated. these were h2s negative and biochemically resembled the cat ...19852991331
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