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Unusual isolates from clinical material
Papers from a conference ... held by the New York Academy of Sciences on November 5-8, 1969.
|Statement||editor, Ruth B. Kundsin.|
|Series||Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences -- v.174, art. 2|
|Contributions||Kundsin, Ruth B., 1916-, New York Academy of Sciences.|
Review How to isolate, identify and determine antimicrobial susceptibility of anaerobic bacteria in routine laboratories E. Nagy 1, *, L. Boyanova 2, U.S. Justesen 3, on behalf of ESCMID Study Group of Anaerobic Infections 1) Institute of Clinical Microbiology, University of Szeged, Szeged, Hungary 2) Department of Medical Microbiology, Medical University of So ﬁa, So a, Bulgaria. Silverman J, Vazquez JA, Sobel JD, Zervos MJ. Comparative in vitro activity of antiseptics and disinfectants versus clinical isolates of Candida species. Infect. Control Hosp. Epidemiol. ; Best M, Sattar SA, Springthorpe VS, Kennedy ME. Efficacies of selected disinfectants against Mycobacterium tuberculosis. J. Clin.
Fungal isolates. During the 8-year study period, 43 isolates of Trichosporon species were cultured from various clinical specimens of 43 different patients, 19 of whom met the criteria for invasive infection. Table 1shows the species distribution and sources of Trichosporon isolates. RFLP analysis with IS as a probe revealed that 23 (%) of the patients were infected with unique isolates and that 91 (%) were infected with clustered isolates. The number of IS copies varied between 7 with a mean number of copies.
MATERIALS AND METHODS. During and , 53 hospital laboratories, distributed across all nine U.S. Census Bureau regions, collected gram-positive clinical isolates for testing. The participating institutions included community, teaching, and university hospitals. For industrial purposes: It also helps isolate a specific strain of bacteria needed for research or other industrial productions like fermentation etc. Many vitamins (B12), hormones (insulin) and supplements are produced by rDNA technology by using the principles of biotechnology. 5.
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Get this from a library. Unusual isolates from clinical material. [Ruth B Kundsin; New York Academy of Sciences. Section of Biological and Medical Sciences.;]. 1. Ann N Y Acad Sci. Oct 30;(2) Unusual isolates from clinical material--Balantidium coli.
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Kingston. Unusual Isolates from Clinical Material-Balantidium Coli Biagi, Francisco; Abstract. Not Available. Publication: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. Pub Date: October DOI: /jtbx Bibcode: NYASAB full text sources Cited by: 4. Corynebacterium mucifaciens has been isolated from Unusual isolates from clinical material book clinical materials, such as blood cultures, wound swab, and joint fluid, and it was proposed as a novel Corynebacterium species in 1 This organism was reported as one of the rare, or recently described, Corynebacterium species associated with human disease in 2 However, there have been no reports about the isolation of.
Isolate/Clinical Material Submission Requirements for Clinical Laboratories Effective J Health also requires the reporting of any unusual illness, or outbreak, or epidemic of illnesses, which may be of public concern whether or not known to be, or.
Two hundred and seventy-seven clinical Bacteroides isolates were selected from a European strain collection to be tested by a MALDI-TOF MS method for species identification, in comparison with a classical phenotypical species determination.
Two hundred and seventy of the isolates were unequivocally identified [log(score) ≥] by comparison with the reference strains. submission) and the “Specimen Product” (isolates obtained from culturing clinical specimens, DNA extracts, etc.) and “Specimens with Unusual Results.” Always record the owner of the specimens and/or their products.
The plan must call for the routine destruction of specimens and isolates. Materials and Methods. Patients were identified from microbiology laboratory reports by infection-control practitioners during routine surveillance activities. All patients for whom S.
aureus was isolated from urine cultures ordered by the patients' physicians for clinical indications were entered into a prospective, observational study. Nares. Procedure.
Sterilize the inoculating loop in the bunsen burner by putting the loop into the flame until it is red hot. Allow it to cool. Pick an isolated colony from the agar plate culture and spread it over the first quadrant (approximately 1/4 of the plate) using close parallel streaks or Insert your loop into the tube/culture bottle and remove some inoculum.
Atypical P. aeruginosa isolates were highly resistant to front-line antipseudomonal antibiotics used for the treatment of respiratory exacerbations in Cystic Fibrosis. Material and methods Clinical setting.
The National Adult Centre at St. Vincent's University Hospital manages approximately CF patients. % are infected with P. isolate [i´so-lāt] 1. to separate from others, or set apart.
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a pure microbial strain that has been separated from a mixed laboratory culture. Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied. Microbiologists must identify bacterial isolates for several practical reasons: • Medical diagnostics — identifying a pathogen isolated from a patient.
• Food industry — identifying a microbial contaminant responsible for food spoilage. • Research setting — identifying a new isolate.
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The book by Cowan contains much valuable information on the identification of bacteria of medical and veterinary significance. The most complete practical reference, whose various chapters are of great value in the identification of both typical and unusual bacteria, is the Manual of Clinical Microbiology (5).
Here, we sought to assess the levels of antibiotic resistance among intestinal Bacteroides and Parabacteroides strains collected between and in Europe and also attempted to compare resistance levels between clinical and commensal oides and Parabacteroides isolates were recovered from faecal samples via the novel Bacteroides Chromogenic Agar (BCA) method.
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In some cases, direct comparative clinical trials will be necessary; or (iii) In unusual cases, where neither greater safety nor greater effectiveness has been shown, a demonstration that the drug otherwise makes a major contribution to patient care.
(4) Director means the Director of FDA's Office of Orphan Products Development. All 19 clinical E. coli isolates, except for E, E, E80 and E, displayed MDR phenotype with resistance to 2–16 antimicrobials (Table 1).
In total, we identified 14 resistance patterns, and none of the strains was resistant to ertapenem. Based on antibiogram results, the 19 clinical E. coli isolates were divided into five groups (Table 1).