acimet calcoaceticusdio anitratue???
tim.chance at tesco.net
Thu Mar 22 13:29:37 EST 2001
Sounds like Acinetobacter calcoaceticus var anitratus after partial
encryption. It is a skin organism, Gram-negative, aerobic, oxidase
negative. It can be isolated as a contaminant or pathogen, we occasionally
isolate it from urines. Some strains of, I think Acineto. baumanii can be
important pathogens in high dependency patients (ITU, neutropaenia).
Speciation tends to be a little difficult and we tend in most cases to stop
at genus level.
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