Neisseria gonorrhoeae

(redirected from N. gonorrhoeae)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical.
Related to N. gonorrhoeae: gonococcus

Neisseria gonorrhoeae

[nī·sə‚rē·ə ‚gän·ə′rē‚ī]
(microbiology)
A gram-negative coccus pathogen that causes the sexually transmitted disease gonorrhea. Also known as gonococcus.
References in periodicals archive ?
All 25 patients with wild-type infections who received ciprofloxacin and returned 7-90 days later tested negative for N.
Using an ecologic approach, we did not find an association between population-level outpatient prescribing rates of clinically relevant antimicrobial drugs and N.
The acquisition of a mosaic penA gene encoding a remodeled penicillin binding protein (PBP2) and overproduction of an efflux pump in N.
30) In a recent study of 42 men younger than 35 years of age, 67% had acute epididymitis secondary to N.
For effective treatment and reduction of transmission for a sexually transmitted disease like gonorrhoea, Immunochromatographic test that detects a unique target antigen found in all strains of N.
The resistance concerns are related to five cases of N.
The first report of high-level plasmid-mediated tetracycline-resistant N.
Todos los cocos Gram negativo aislados, oxidasa y catalasa positivos y que solo fermentaron la glucosa fueron identificados como N.