Differentiation of enterobacteriaceae by biochemical reactions
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Differentiation of enterobacteriaceae by biochemical reactions
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    ABSTRACT. Differentiation of ENTEROBACTERIACEAE by Biochemical Reactions, Revised 1973. W. H. Ewing, CDC Publication, Center for Disease Control, Atlanta, Ga. 30333. Tabular data on the biochemical reactions of ENTEROBACTERIACEAE are presented, which, if used properly, should enable investigators to identify 98 percent or more of the members of this family seen in daily practice. The data, including percentages, are given in 52 tables. The majority of these contain the results of tests that are of particular usefulness for differentiation of members of the various genera and species within the family. An emended outline of the classification and nomenclature used is included.
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