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What does a slightly green/little yellow carb cupuole indicate?
Some type of non-fermenting GNB; it oxidizes but doesn't ferment the carb.
What oxidase pos/GNB are we going to differentiate on the API 20C?
-Aeromonas hydrophila
-Plesiomonas
-Vibrio
-Pasteurella multocida
What 3 cupules should you look at to differentiate the Oxi pos/GNB?
Number 2/3/4
ADH, LDC, ODC
What are the 3 important reactions for Aeromonas hydrophila?
ADH LDC ODC
POS var NEG
-DEFINETELY A, MIGHT BE L, NOT AT ALL O (but it is!)
What are the 3 important reactions for Plesiomonas?
ADH LDC ODC
POS POS POS
PLEASES EVERYONE
What are the 3 important reactions for Vibrio?
ADH LDC ODC
neg pos pos
a is low for vibrio
What are the 3 important reactions for Pasteurella multocida?
ADH LDC ODC
neg neg neg
can't do anything so put it to pasture.
on the API 30C what is:
-Lactose?
-Sucrose?
ONPG
Sac
What should you do first when evaluating API 20Cs?
Look at the glucose! it's pos for all oxidase GNB fermentors.