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1963 15
1964 35
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1966 509
1967 791
1968 1008
1969 1200
1970 1330
1971 1310
1972 1274
1973 1507
1974 1746
1975 1561
1976 1321
1977 1261
1978 1166
1979 1306
1980 1225
1981 1285
1982 1298
1983 1511
1984 1561
1985 1520
1986 1585
1987 1567
1988 1682
1989 1922
1990 1865
1991 2013
1992 2037
1993 2219
1994 2233
1995 2447
1996 2495
1997 2399
1998 2714
1999 2760
2000 2898
2001 3058
2002 3164
2003 3594
2004 3622
2005 4239
2006 4686
2007 4696
2008 5195
2009 5520
2010 5919
2011 6507
2012 6976
2013 6829
2014 6675
2015 6634
2016 6335
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2018 6205
2019 3119
2020 82
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The microbial contamination and the presence of β-lactamase producing Gram-negative bacteria in the water and on the surfaces of public recreation water facilities.
Godič Torkar K and Dražetić M. Int J Environ Health Res 2017. PMID 28631499
ESBL- and MBL-producing Gram-negative bacteria isolated from water and surface samples were also studied. The water samples were satisfactory in 31 (86.1 %) out of 36 cases. ...It is necessary to implement new approaches to monitoring resistant bacteria, not only clinical ones but also those found in other public environments....
ESBL- and MBL-producing Gram-negative bacteria isolated from water and surface samples were also studied. The water sam …
Incidence of multiple antibiotic resistant Gram-negative bacteria isolated from surface and underground water sources in south western region of Nigeria.
Oluyege JO, et al. Water Sci Technol 2009. PMID 19474486
Gram-negative bacteria were isolated from wells, streams and boreholes in six rural settlements in Ekiti State Nigeria between January and April, 2006 and the prevalence of organisms exhibiting multiple antibiotic resistance to tetracycline, amoxicillin, cotrimoxazole, nitofurantoin, gentamicin, nalidixic acid and ofloxacin was observed. Gram-negative bacterial isolates comprised Escherichia coli (22.7%), Enterobacter aerogenes (2.5%), Salmonella spp. (13.3%), Shigella spp. (19.3%), Proteus spp. (18.5%), Klebsiella spp. (19.3%) and Pseudomonas aeruginosa (4.2%). ...
Gram-negative bacteria were isolated from wells, streams and boreholes in six rural settlements in Ekiti State Nigeria
Relationship between oral gram-negative anaerobic bacteria in saliva of the mother and the colonization of her edentulous infant.
Könönen E, et al. Oral Microbiol Immunol 1992. PMID 1494450
Various gram-negative anaerobic bacterial species can be detected in the oral flora of edentulous infants. However, knowledge of the initial infection source is still scarce. Thirty Caucasian mothers (mean age 30 years) and their edentulous infants (mean age 3 months) were examined for the possible similarity of the oral gram-negative anaerobic flora. ...
Various gram-negative anaerobic bacterial species can be detected in the oral flora of edentulous infants. However, knowledge …
A study on the prevalence of gram-negative bacteria in bulk tank milk.
Jayarao BM and Wang L. J Dairy Sci 1999. PMID 10629809 Free article.
Gram-negative noncoliform bacteria were observed in 76.3% of bulk tank milk. Counts ranged from 0 to 6.2 log10 cfu/ml. The mean count was 4.8 log10 cfu/ml. ...The results of the study suggest that counts of coliforms and noncoliform bacteria in bulk tank milk vary considerably. The isolates represent a wide variety of Gram-negative bacterial species. ...
Gram-negative noncoliform bacteria were observed in 76.3% of bulk tank milk. Counts ranged from 0 to 6.2 log10 cfu/ml.
The effect of handwashing with water or soap on bacterial contamination of hands
Burton M, et al. Int J Environ Res Public Health 2011 - Clinical Trial. PMID 21318017 Free PMC article.
Bacteria of potential faecal origin (mostly Enterococcus and Enterobacter spp.) were found after no handwashing in 44% of samples. Handwashing with water alone reduced the presence of bacteria to 23% (p < 0.001). Handwashing with plain soap and water reduced the presence of bacteria to 8% (comparison of both handwashing arms: p < 0.001). ...
Bacteria of potential faecal origin (mostly Enterococcus and Enterobacter spp.) were found after no handwashing in 44% of samples. Ha
Identification of Neisseria spp., Haemophilus spp., and other fastidious gram-negative bacteria with the MicroScan Haemophilus-Neisseria identification panel.
Janda WM, et al. J Clin Microbiol 1989. PMID 2501351 Free PMC article.
Only 64.7% of 68 Neisseria meningitidis isolates were identified correctly owing to false-negative or equivocal carbohydrate and/or aminopeptidase reactions. ...
Only 64.7% of 68 Neisseria meningitidis isolates were identified correctly owing to false-negative or equivocal carbohydrate and/or a …
A Genoproteomic Approach to Detect Peptide Markers of Bacterial Respiratory Pathogens
Wang H, et al. Clin Chem 2017. PMID 28588123
We describe a method to identify unique peptide markers of 5 gram-negative bacteria by liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) for direct pathogen identification in BAL. ...CONCLUSIONS: This proof-of-concept study shows the feasibility of identifying unique peptides in BAL for 5 gram-negative bacterial pathogens, and it may provide a novel approach for rapid direct identification of bacterial pathogens in BAL....
We describe a method to identify unique peptide markers of 5 gram-negative bacteria by liquid chromatography-tandem mas …
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