aureus

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  • A 2011 study points to this new possible way to control S. aureus.
  • What would Aureus Cantus have said to such a wild thing as this? Cited from Virgilia, by Felicia Buttz Clark
  • An aureus is usually much more expensive than a denarius issued by the same emperor.
  • However it is now known that not all S. aureus are coagulase-positive.
  • Aureus Sciences was a research-based company which sold software to the pharmaceutical industry for drug development.
  • Today, the aureus is highly sought after by collectors because of its purity and value, as well its historical interest.
  • Many people are natural carriers of S. Aureus, without being affected in any way, shape, or form.
  • High-level vancomycin resistance in S. aureus has been rarely reported.
  • Body color is golden brown as relative P. aureus.
  • It has been suggested that Jotapianus also issued Aureus, none of which survived.
  • Biological control might be a new possible way to control Staphylococcus aureus in body surfaces.
  • During this time the aureus remained slightly more stable, before it too became smaller and more base before Diocletian's reform.
  • Recently, there have been myriad reported cases of S. aureus in hospitals across America.
  • S. aureus can also be found as being coagulase-negative.
  • In this case, it may be derived from a name for the sun, although that too may share a common etymology with aureus.
  • Staphylococcus aureus disease and drug resistance in resource-limited countries in south and east Asia.
  • It was considered as the same species as Paradoxurus aureus, but confined to new species status recently.
  • He chose aureus and albus since the bacteria formed yellow and white colonies, respectively.
  • Today, S. aureus has become resistant to many commonly used antibiotics.
  • Almost any organ system can be infected by S. aureus.
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