[Microbiology] Re: Reference
(by farrlarr from isu.edu)
Sat May 17 16:53:52 EST 2008
Bergey's Manual of Determinitive Bacteriology.
senaatlaw Atlaw Woldeyohanes wrote:
> Dear Sir,
> I have isolated a Microorganism, Gram-negative Coccobacillus
> Streaked it on MacConkey agar, pink colonies started to grow before eight hours.
> Today after 24 hrs, it is Lactose fermenting, good pink colonies,
> and is Oxidase positive too, I thought it would be from Enterobactericeae, but it is rare to be Oxidase positive or unless one of the rare ?
> I only have the basic id. Material, and I am going to send it for identification to another Lab.
> But I am so curious what can it be, I try to find out on my Diagnostic Microbiol. Book, nothing matches at this moment I may have to see more.
> Mac, Positive and Oxidase positive, if there is some common microorganism which matches this or a good reference, would you please let me know.
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