Gram Positive Non-Sporulating Bacilli
- Howard University
- Clinical Laboratory Science
- Clinical Laboratory Science 111
- Gram Positive Non-Sporulating Bacilli
Last Modified: 2011-12-09
Related Textbooks:Textbook of Diagnostic Microbiology (Mahon, Textbook of Diagnostic Microbiology)
growth at 4°C
motile at 25°C and nonmotile at 35°C
ferments glucose, salicilin, and treholose
MR positive and VP positive (presumptive identification)
Fragment B faciliatates entry into the host cell
this is found in corynebacterium
- Elek immunodiffusion test
- Frazier-Weld test
- Toxin neutralization in cell culture
- C. jeikeium
- C. urealyticum
- urease negative
- urease positive
- enhanced fishy odor upon addition of 10% KOH to a smear of vaginal discharge
- squamous epithelial cells (SEC) with bacteria adhered to their surface, boscuring their borders
- no PMNs
- few or no lactobacilli
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