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How do you identify enterobacter aerogenes?

Enterobacter aerogenes is a Gram negative rod-shaped bacterium in the same family as Esherichia coli. It can grow on many of the same selective media as Esherichia coli, inclu (MORE)
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Does enterobacter aerogenes have any medical significance?

Enterobacter aerogenes can be of significance in patients who are elderly, immunocompromised, recent hospital admission because this is usually acquired from the hospital or n (MORE)
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What is the colony morphology for Enterobacter aerogenes?

Colonial morphology" This gram negative rod is a common contaminant of vegetable matter which forms shiny colonies with entire margins and convex elevation. Gram stain: n (MORE)
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How IMViC tests differentiate Escherichia coli from Enterobacter aerogenes?

Indol Test ( Kovac's Reagent): E.a. = negative = yellow/gold ring at meniscus; as for E.c. = positive = red ring at meniscus (immediate change). Methyl Red Test (Methyl (MORE)
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Does enterobacter aerogenes have amylase?

Enterobacter aerogenes is a Gram-negative, oxidase negative,catalase positive, citrate positive, indole negative, rod-shapedbacterium that is generally found in the human gast (MORE)
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Is enterobacter aerogenes lipase negative?

Yes it is. You can easily check it out yourself by using a tributyrine based agar. If Enterobacter aerogenes builds a lipase action enzyme, the surrounding of your colonies wi (MORE)
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Are e aerogenes Nitrate negative?

e.aerogenes is nitrate positive after reagents A and B--> A (sulfanilic acid ) and B (naphthylamine) to the incubated bacteria a red color was produced which indicates a that (MORE)