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Characteristics of CDC group 1 and group 1-like coryneform bacteria isolated from clinical specimens.
The results of present study are in line with the work of Sthiannopkao [15], who also observed 30oC as optimum temperature in their study while working on three strains of Coryneform bacteria during fermentation.
Isolation of coryneform bacteria from the ulcer may represent colonization rather than true infection, and the absence of the organism on the initial Gram-stained slides may support contamination.
Fibrinolytic enzymes from microbial sources have been reported from various species of Bacillus (3-8), Pseudomonas (9), Staphylococcus (10), Alteromonas (11), Coryneform bacteria (12), Penicillium (13), Aspergillus (14-16), Fusarium (17,18), Trichotecium (19), Actinomyces (20,21), Streptomyces (22,23) and Esherichia coli (24).
Coryneform bacteria isolated from middle ear fluid.
Degussa AG (Dusseldorf, Germany) has patented Coryneform bacteria which have, in addition to at least one copy, present at the natural site (locus), of an open reading frame (ORF), gene or allele which codes for the synthesis of a protein or an RNA, in each case a second, optionally third or fourth copy of this open reading frame (ORF), gene or allele at in each case a second, optionally third or fourth site in a form integrated into the chromosome and processes for the preparation of chemical compounds by fermentation of these bacteria.
The taxonomy of coryreform bacteria from the marine environment, en: Coryneform Bacteria, Academic Press, London: 217-233.
Their titles are Actinomycetes, Fermentation of bacilli, Coryneform bacteria, Bioprocess technology in industrial fungi, Using mammalian cells to produce products, and Growth of yeast.
It is an uncommonly encountered commensal microorganism formerly categorized as group 2 coryneform bacteria [8-10].
Coryneform bacteria are aerobically growing Gram-positive rods with distinctive irregular morphology on staining.
From a public health perspective, diphtheria is the most critical human disease attributed to coryneform bacteria (3).
One interesting discovery that we made by using DNA-based detection was that Alloiococcus otitidis is extremely common in healthy ear canals; only Turicella otitidis and Coryneform bacteria are more common.
In vitro susceptibility tests showed that linezolid and tigecycline are active against coryneform bacteria, revealing a potential therapeutic value [15, 16] of these compounds.