Human urine normal flora

Enigl enigl at aol.com
Tue Jan 20 09:52:51 EST 1998


In article <34C25A97.72E at earthlink.net>, Phil <jorge2 at earthlink.net> writes:

>
I recall being taught the same info.  Recall seeing subsequent
>article
claiming that small population of anaerobes found in many
>asymptomatic
folks.

That makes sense.  The main thing is to think of the clinical
significance--that is, at least to microbiology Medical Technologists.  From an
environmental view point many microorganisms might be there, but injured
therefore non-culturable or not culturable for some other reason e.g.,
Nitrobacter and Nitromonas.  
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