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Thu Aug 31 07:38:07 EST 1995
In article <Pine.A188.8.131.520801202526.19169B-100000 at red.weeg.uiowa.edu>,
"M. Deshpande" <mdeshpan at blue.weeg.uiowa.edu> wrote:
>I am looking for examples of bacterial genera which are,
>Gram Negative, motile rods and
>catalase, oxidase and urease positive.
Although being spiral Gram-negative bacteria, I think the genus Helicobacter
will be a good example. All strains are catalase and oxidase positive. As
the type strain, H. pylori, the majority of its species produce a strong urease
(1000-fold more active than the urease from P. mirabilis).
I hope it could help.
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