PMID: 5919356Sep 1, 1966

Multitest media for rapid identification of Proteus species with notes on biochemical reactions of strains isolated from urine and pus

Journal of Clinical Pathology
C T Huang

Abstract

Two ;multitest'(1) media for biochemical classification of the genus Proteus into species were developed. The species so determined were checked with conventional methods. Results show that these media were useful for rapid identification of species. The biochemical reactions of four Proteus species isolated from clinical specimens as tested by conventional methods are reviewed and the occurrence of some atypical strains is described.

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May 1, 1969·Journal of Clinical Pathology·J De Louvois
Jan 1, 1972·Journal of Clinical Pathology·O Tracy, E J Thomson
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Jul 1, 1979·Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology·J W MasonA J Englande

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