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gram-negative

[′gram¦neg·əd·iv]
(microbiology)
Of bacteria, decolorizing and staining with the counterstain when treated with Gram's stain.
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Tachypleus lysate test for endotoxin in patients with gram negative bacterial infections.
The research will focus on such Gram negative pathogens as Pseudomonas, Klebsiella and Acinetobacter, which are increasingly resistant to all known classes of antibiotics.
With Spectral's new test, information on the absence of gram negative infection can be available within one hour.
PZ-601 is a new carbapenem antibiotic with an extended spectrum of activity against multidrug-resistant Gram positive and Gram negative pathogens.
s gram negative test, the first in a family of diagnostic tests, is intended to provide additional diagnostic information to physicians in one hour.
The gram negative diagnostic test, the first product in a series under development at Sepsis Inc.
Quorex has applied its proprietary technologies, including target molecular structures, computational chemistry, high-throughput screening assays and a powerful bioinformatics platform to effectively design, synthesize and identify compounds that dramatically inhibit the quorum sensing pathway in both Gram negative and Gram positive pathogens.
will enable physicians to rule-out gram negative infection in less than 60 minutes compared to traditional methods that require hours or days to culture infectious organisms.
Extension of the SBIR phase I research includes analyses of other pathogens, both gram positive and gram negative, and focuses on targets found in a broad spectrum of microbes.
Drugs which interfere with the assembly of pili should effectively disable pathogens responsible for a broad variety of gram negative infections, such as those resulting in bladder, kidney and middle ear infections.