Hoyle BD, Williams LJ, Costerton JW Production of mucoid
exopolysaccharide during development of Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms.
aeruginosa strains, especially after their conversion to alginate-producing mucoid
form, is rarely eradicated by antibiotics (Heiby 1974; Pedersen et al.
The colony phenotype classified as mucoid
or nonmucoid of each isolate was performed after grown on LuriaBertani (LB) agar plates (24 h incubation at 37[degrees]C).
material adheres to the colon wall and this serves as a habitat for destructive, toxin-releasing microorganisms.
S variants produce mucoid
or "smooth" colonies when grown on agar.
The anal verge was soiled with bloody mucoid
It is possible that it poses a previously unrealized threat to CF patients, due to its mucoid
nature and to its resistant antibiogram.
, bloody stool is the result of venous congestion and ischemia in the affected area.
The resulting back up of tears causes a runny eye, mucoid
discharge, and much parental concern.
In men it causes painful urination and a mucoid
discharge, which are often misdiagnosed as symptoms of gonorrhea.
She presented to outpatient clinic in October 2016 with chief complaints of cough with yellowish mucoid
sputum for the previous 10 years with recurrent episodes of common cold, sneezing since 10 years, exertional shortness of breath associated with wheezing which was more during winter months and which was relieved with bronchodilators.
The increased virulence is related to the presence of the capsular (K) antigen, producing a hyperviscous capsule leading to the growth of mucoid
colonies on culture plates that resists phagocytosis [12, 30].