Medium for the identification of corynebacteria
from the cysteine cleavage test (pize medium)
A clinicopathological review of 34 cases of inflammatory breast disease showing an association between corynebacteria
infection and granulomatous mastitis.
are a normal component of the microbiota of human skin and mucous membranes.
were resistant to Co-trimoxazole.
other than Corynebacterium diphtheriae), micrococci (which include the staphylococci such as Staphylococcus epidermidis), streptococci (either alpha ([alpha]) or gamma ([gamma]) hemolytic), and the enterococci.
are rarely found and can be confused with apathogenic corynebacteria
Samples from swabs were plated on meat-peptone agar, MRS AGAR (DE MAN, ROGOSA, SHARPE)--special medium for lactic acid bacteria, nutritive medium of milk hydrolyzate, HMM for bifidobacteria, Buchin's medium for corynebacteria
culturing, medium containing sodium azide--for enterococci, Baird-Parker's medium--for staphylococci, wort agar, Sabouraud medium--for fungi, Endo agar, Bismuth sulfite agar--for enterobacteria.
Another 22 chapters consider such topics as the physiology and diversity of ammonia-oxidizing archaea, DNA replication and genomic architecture in very large bacteria, microbial population and community dynamics on plant roots and their feedback on plant communities, the origin and diversification of eukaryotes, and postgenomic approaches to using corynebacteria
1995, "Microorganisms for amino acid production Escherichia Coli and Corynebacteria
The researchers also discovered differences in infant flora by body site, with streptococci, staphylococci, and propionibacteria being most prevalent on the forehead; streptococci, staphylococci, and corynebacteria
being most prevalent on the arms; and clostridia, streptococci, and ruminococci being most prevalent on the buttocks.
Hydrophobicity and biofilm formation of lipophilic skin corynebacteria
have been isolated from a wide range of environments (eg, dairy products, soil, sewage, sediments, aquatic sources, and animals), but they can also occur as part of the indigenous microflora of animals and man.