aureus

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  • Staphylococcus aureus has the ability to acquire antimicrobial resistance easily, making treatment difficult.
  • Although other organisms can be involved, bacteria culture frequently shows Staphylococcus aureus.
  • S. aureus is responsible for many infections but it may also occur as a commensal.
  • S. aureus bacteria can live on the skin which is one of the primary modes of transmission.
  • However, not all studies have found high rates of S. aureus and gram-negative bacteria.
  • S. aureus can survive from hours to weeks, or even months, on dry environmental surfaces, depending on strain.
  • Oreochromis aureus has been introduced in many places around the world for use as a food fish, and frequently in order to control aquatic vegetation.
  • The aureus was the preferred coin of the late republic and early empire; in the late empire the solidus came into use.
  • The presence of S. aureus does not always indicate infection.
  • RsaD, E H and I were found to be highly expressed in S. aureus.
  • Aurelia's name comes from the Latin term aureus meaning "golden".
  • The original stocks of O. aureus in the United States were from Israel.
  • In A. aureus the genus name has been abbreviated to A. and the species has been spelled out in full.
  • His profile was clear-cut, like Trajan's on an aureus. Cited from The Woman Who Did, by Grant Allen
  • For these reasons Canis aureus should be considered a post-glacial invader of north-eastern Italy.
  • The results indicated that copper has a strong bactericidal effect against S. aureus, including MRSA.
  • The scientific background to Aureus' process is detailed in recent publications.
  • A large industrial area, Aureus, serves greater Randfontein and many industries are scattered throughout the municipal area including the more rural areas.
  • This broadened the ability of S. aureus to colonize sites other than a specific part of the nose.
  • Some believe health-care workers' dogs should be considered a significant source of antibiotic-resistant S. aureus, especially in times of outbreak.
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