Serratia marcescens

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the type species of the genus Serratia

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virginica fluid samples collected in October to November 2010 inhibited the growth of both the Gram-positive bacteria Staphylococcus aureus (4-fold) and the Gram-negative bacteria Serratia marcescens (3-fold) and Vibrio parahemolyticus (3-fold).
Methods to determine antipathogenic potential of phenolic and flavonoid compounds against urinary pathogen Serratia marcescens.
Sequence analysis at the Bio Informatic Bacterial Identification (BIBI) website showed a positive identification within the species Serratia marcescens, with 99% identity with the reported FJ360759.
Signaling-mediated cross-talk modulates swarming and biofilm formation in a coral pathogen Serratia marcescens.
Comparison of Bacillus subtilis and Serratia marcescens as proteases producer under operating conditions.
She added: "Eight other babies in the PRM neonatal unit have also been confirmed as being colonised with serratia marcescens.
In an earlier study a water soluble pigment composed of prodigiosin, carbohydrate and protein excreted from Serratia marcescens has been purified by precipitation with ammonium sulphate and dialysis [41].
An ICU patient at Texas Children's Hospital comes down with a serious hospital-acquired Serratia marcescens infection shortly after another patient with the same condition is transferred to the room next door.
Answer: The pink tint, says the Eugene Water & Electric Board, is caused by a bacteria known as serratia marcescens.
The newly suggested microorganism, Serratia marcescens (S.
The SFDA is now working with the Ministry of Health to follow up on the locally manufactured baby shampoo, which it says is polluted with serratia marcescens, a type of germ that can cause toxemia, meningitis, conjunctivitis, and inflammation of urinary system, which may lead to death.
The following strains of bacteria and fungi were used as test microorganisms: Escherichia coli, Serratia marcescens, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Acinetobacter baumannii, Staphylococcus epidermidis, and Candida albicans.
In a study on therapeutic efficacy of different quinolones against a strain of Serratia marcescens in a model of urinary tract infections of normal and diabetic mice no difference was found between normal and diabetic mice in serum and kidney concentrations.