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Evaluation of aeruginocin and serological typing methods in pseudomonas aeruginosa infection


, : Evaluation of aeruginocin and serological typing methods in pseudomonas aeruginosa infection. Indian Journal of Medical Research 69(MARCH): 399-402

Aeruginocine typing was done for 647 [human] strains of P. aeruginosa. Of these, 531 (83.6%) strains were typable and 336 (51.9%) strains were classifiable, of which the majority belonged to types 1, F, B, A, 3 and 21. There were 205 strains (31.7%) which gave inhibition patterns not belonging to any of the known aeruginocin types. Untypable strains were 106 (16.4%). Of 60 strains of P. aeruginosa serotyped, 50 (83.3%) were typable and most of these belonged to serogroups O (32 strains, 53.3%) and O:3 (11 strains, 18.3%). Seven strains could not be typed and 3 strains showed autoagglutinability.


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PMID: 109394

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