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(of bacteria) being or relating to a bacterium that retains the violet stain used in Gram's method

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With its favorable profile, MRX-I has the potential to be a safer option to effectively treat severe infections caused by drug resistant gram-positive bacteria.
Isoconazole nitrate displays a broad spectrum of antimicrobial action against dermatophytes, yeasts, moulds and gram-positive bacteria.
Ampicillin is more effective against Gram-positive bacteria, whereas kanamycin shows the same effectiveness against both types of bacteria.
Professor Kleerebezem's expertise centres around genetics and the molecular biology and physiology of Gram-positive bacteria, with a special focus on lactic acid bacteria (LAB).
For gram-positive bacteria, there is a lack of evidence rather than evidence of no effect.
T-3811, which has a wide antibacterial spectrum, has beneficial effects on gram-positive bacteria including penicillin-resistant pneumococcus and methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus.
The issuance of these patents and our ability to complete a high resolution ribosomal structure from Gram-positive bacteria are two significant achievements that attest to the strength of Rib-X's approach to creating novel and potent antibiotics that overcome resistant bacteria," said Susan Froshauer, Ph.
Initial antibacterial testing results indicate that the natural product is effective against gram-positive bacteria and not gram-negative bacteria.
Acticoat[R], from Smith & Nephew, is a silver-coated antimicrobial dressing that offers broad protection from more than 150 types of wound pathogens, including gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria, fungal organisms, and antibiotic-resistant bacteria such as MRSA and VRE.
The luxI and luxR systems have been identified in de almost all gram-negative bacteria, and cell-to-cell signaling molecules (peptides) have been identified in more than 30 species of gram-positive bacteria.
Sepsis incidence and deaths are increasing, and gram-positive bacteria and fungal organisms are increasingly common culprits.
Columbia and Rockefeller Universities signed an agreement to commercialize a new technology that re-sensitizes resistant bacteria to vancomycin, considered the treatment of last resort for Gram-positive bacteria.
The gatifloxacin technology has shown the potential to enhance bactericidal action and decrease the rate of development of resistance in gram-positive bacteria.
Zyvox (linezolid injection, tablets, and liquid) is manufactured by Pharmacia Corporation for the treatment of lung, skin, and blood infections caused by gram-positive bacteria.
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