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yjgent at home.com
Fri Mar 23 00:10:59 EST 2001
No, there are several (although few) Gram negatives that are sensitive to
penicillin. Pasturella, Moraxella, Neisseria and others have species that
are quite sensitive to penicillins.
John Gentile Rhode Island Apple Group
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> From: jørgen <jacevicz at post4.tele.dk>
> Organization: Posted Courtesy of Tele Danmark or one of its European
> Newsgroups: bionet.microbiology
> Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2001 12:05:42 +0100
> Subject: dog bite more
> 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.
> 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 ?
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