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[rare bacteria species found in wounds of tsunami patients. predominance of gram-negative rods, increased antibiotic resistance].microbiological cultures from 229 patients seeking medical advise in stockholm after the tsunami catastrophe december 2004 were analysed at the clinical microbiology laboratory, karolinska university hospital, stockholm, sweden. gram-negative rods were the most common findings from wound cultures. common human pathogens as escherichia coli, proteus species, klebsiella spp, and pseudomonas aeruginosa were isolated. however, more rare species of gram-negative rods were also isolated, e.g. myroides ...200516416946
gram-negative bacteria from patients seeking medical advice in stockholm after the tsunami catastrophe.microbiological cultures from 229 patients seeking medical advice in stockholm after the tsunami catastrophe of december 2004 were analysed at the clinical microbiology laboratory, karolinska university hospital, stockholm, sweden. gram-negative bacilli were the most common findings from wound cultures. common human pathogens such as escherichia coli, proteus species, klebsiella spp., and pseudomonas aeruginosa were isolated. more rare species of gram-negative bacilli, e.g. myroides odoratus, sp ...200616798691
metabolic properties of some l forms derived from gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria.weibull claes (central bacteriological laboratory of stockholm city, stockholm, sweden), and hans gyllang. metabolic properties of some l forms derived from gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria. j. bacteriol. 89:1443-1447. 1965.-l forms of two gram-positive bacteria, a staphylococcus and a diphtheroid, were found to be devoid of catalase and cytochromes, whereas the normal bacteria from which these l forms were derived contained large amounts of these enzymes. on the other hand, l forms of a ...196514291577
occurrence of catalase in pleuropneumonia-like organisms and bacterial l forms.weibull, c. (central bacteriological laboratory of stockholm city, stockholm, sweden) and kerstin hammarberg. occurrence of catalase in pleuropneumonia-like organisms and bacterial l forms. j. bacteriol. 84:520-525. 1962.-the catalase activity of six pleuropneumonia-like organisms (pplo), four stable proteus l forms, and four normal strains of proteus mirabilis was determined quantitatively. the pplo (strains of the species mycoplasma agalactiae, hominis, laidlawii, mycoides, and strains isolate ...196213999516
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