aerotolerant

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aerotolerant

[‚e·rō′täl·ə·rənt]
(microbiology)
Able to survive in the presence of oxygen.
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Lab M's range of media for the detection of sulphite-reducing anaerobic organisms also includes Differential Reinforced Clostridial Medium ISO, Perfringens Agar OPSP and Perfringens Agar TSC.
No evidence of any "pump", however, has been detected in anaerobic organisms.
2), and other gram-positive anaerobic organisms (SIR, 47.
In vitro activity of antimicrobial agents against 180 isolated anaerobic organisms Antibiotic (breakpoint MIC [micro]g/ml of susceptibility, Susceptibility [micro]g/ml) 50% 90% Range (%) Penicillin (<0.
based, international roaster of "Fairly Traded" and direct trade gourmet coffee and tea sold under various brands, the company uses the process - which utilizes microscopic, anaerobic organisms - to recover biogas energy.
A case of polymicrobial endocarditis caused by anaerobic organisms in an injection drug user.
aureus (MRSA) (9 [12%]), and gram-negative or anaerobic organisms (13 [18%]).
Tigrecycline use is recommended for use with resistant gram-positive organisms, gram-negative organisms, and anaerobic organisms.
Anaerobic organisms that cause pneumonia will tend to show infiltrates In dependent lung fields.
Meropenem was more active than doripenem against many anaerobic organisms.
This finding is related to a change in transport media that makes recovery of anaerobic organisms much more likely.
Due to their slow growing nature in culture and their tendency to be found as part of the normal flora, it is difficult to identify anaerobic organisms as being the microbial pathogens responsible for infections.