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Fig 1. Schematic diagram for the identification of gram-positive bacteria.
|Fig 2. A, Microscopic Gram stain of diphtheroid. B, Microscopic Loeffler|
methylene blue stain of Corynebacterium spp.
|Fig 3. Corynebacterium diphtheriae growing on|
sheep blood agar.
|Fig 4. A schematic diagram of the presumptive identification of|
Corynebacterium diphtheriae. CTBA, Cystine-tellurite blood agar.
|Fig 5. Elek test for toxin-producing stains of Corynebacterium diphtheriae.|
1, Positive control; 2, unknown (toxigenic); 3, negative control; 4, unknown
|Fig 6. Gram stain of Listeria monocytogenes in the blood.|
|Fig 7. Gram stain of Listeria monocytogenes from a culture.|
|Fig 10. A, Gram stain of Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae at 24 hours. B, Gram stain|
of E. rhusiopathiae at 72 hours showing the tendency to form long filaments, which are
|Fig 11. Comparison of colony morphology of|
Listeria (A) and Erysipelothrix (B) growing on sheep blood
agar after 24 hours of incubation.
|Fig 12. Arcanobacterium haemolyticum growing on sheep blood agar.|
|Fig 13. Gram stain of Arcanobacterium haemolyticum from a colony.|
|Fig 14. A, Gram stain of Nocardia sp. demonstrating|
irregular staining. B, Acid-fast stain of Nocardia showing
partially acid-fast appearance.
|Fig 15. Appearance of sulfur granule collected from|
draining sinus tracts. These granules contain masses of
filamentous organisms with pus materials.
|Fig 16. Colony morphology of Nocardia sp. on chocolate agar.|
|Fig 17. Gram stain of Bacillus sp.|
|Fig 18. Spore stain of Bacillus sp. Vegetative cells|
are red; spores are green.
|Fig 19. Bacillus cereus on sheep blood agar.|
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