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aerobic aeruginosa agar plate agglutination anaerobic antibody antigen antimicrobial antimicrobial agents bacteremia bacteria Bacteroides beta hemolytic biochemical blood agar blood culture broth cause cell wall Chlamydia chocolate agar Clin clinical microbiology coagulase cocci coli colonies commercially containing detection diagnosis discussed in Chapter disk distilled water Enterobacteriaceae enterococci enzyme etiologic agents filter fluid fluorescent fungi ganisms Gram stain gram-negative gram-negative bacilli gram-positive growth Haemophilus herpes host identification incubation inhibit inoculated isolated laboratory large numbers latex lesions material medium meningitis methods Microbiol microbiology microorganisms mycobacteria negative Neisseria normal flora nosocomial nosocomial infections organisms oxidase pathogens patients performed pneumonia positive procedures produce Pseudomonas rapid reaction reagents respiratory tract Salmonella serologic serum sheep blood agar Shigella slide smears species specimens Staphylococcus aureus sterile stool streptococci substrate surface susceptibility testing swab tion tissue tive toxin tract infections tube urine usually vancomycin Vibrio viral virus viruses yeast