dog bite more

lamb l.a.m.buisman at
Wed Mar 21 14:36:22 EST 2001

=?iso-8859-1?Q?j=F8rgen?= <jacevicz at> wrote:
>Hi  thanks for all the suggestions. From the mocrobiologi deparment at
>Soenderborg Hospital dc Kellgård I was told that it vas a G- rod
>sensitiv to penicillin. It has no name but it should be decribed in the
>book " general Microbiologi vol 136-3  page 746-748 Its not the DF2 or
>the Pataurelle.

There are more odd gramnegatives related to dogbites. 
This reference, you don't have the name of the author(s)?
>Another questiom: In me "wold" G- cannot be sensitive to penicillim
>because the cell wall structure cannot be penetrated btý the penicillin,
>that with we sometimes use combination from penicillin and aminoglykosid
>the latter make the cellwall penetrable. Am I Right ?

No. There are many gramnegatives sensitive to penicillin.
Probably someone else can explain the mechanics of penicillin in better English than I can.


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