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|Fig 1. Two pathways for glucose degradation.|
|Fig 3. Triple sugar iron agar reactions. Left to right:|
Tube 1, A/A gas; tube 2, A/A H2S; tube 3, K/A; tube 4, K/A
H2S; tube 5, K/K.
|Fig 4. Ortho-nitrophenyl β-D-galactopyranoside test.|
Fig 5. A, The methyl red–Voges-Proskauer test is inoculated and incubated
overnight. Then it is split equally into two parts: one part for the methyl red test, the
other for the Voges-Proskauer test. B, Methyl red test. C, Voges-Proskauer test.
|Fig 6. Lysine iron agar reactions. Left to right: K/K|
(positive decarboxylation without H2S), K/A H2S (negative
decarboxylation with H2S), K/K H2S (positive decarboxylation
with H2S), R/Y (negative decarboxylation, positive
deamination without H2S).
|Fig 7. Phenylalanine deaminase test.|
|Fig 8. Citrate utilization test. Left, Uninoculated;|
middle, positive result; right, negative result.
|Fig 9. Indole broth.|
|Fig 10. Malonate test.|
|Fig 11. Urease test. Left, Negative result; right,|
|Fig 12. A RapID cartridge containing various|
|Fig 13. WalkAway® 96 plus System featuring the|
test platform and automated data management system.
|Fig 14. Sherlock Microbial Identification System|
incorporates Agilent gas chromatograph; model #6850.
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