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Year : 1991  |  Volume : 9  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 147-152

Isolation And Characterisation Of Aeromonas Strains From Clinical Sources

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Forty two strains of Aeromonas were isolated from different clinical sources, over a period of one year and characterized. Faeces (64.2%) was the commonest source of isolation. A hydrophila was the commonest species isolated (50%) followed by A. caviae (19%) and A. sobria (14.2%). One strain of A. veronii was isolated from blood. The isolates, irrespective of their species and source were sensitive to most of the antimicrobials tested except the penicillin group of antibiotics.

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