PMID: 326815Jun 1, 1977

The API ZYM system in the identification of Gram-negative anaerobes

Journal of Clinical Pathology
D TharagonnetJ B Selkon

Abstract

The API ZYM reactions of type species of Gram-negative anaerobes representative of those encountered in human infections and of 56 clinical isolates of such organisms, identified by conventional techniques, were investigated. The API ZYM test clearly distinguished between the different genera and species examined and appears to provide a simple, reliable method for the identification of this group of organisms.

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