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Esculin

Esculin

(Science: chemistry) a glucoside obtained from the aesculus hippocastanum, or horse-chestnut, and characterised by its fine blue fluorescent solutions.

alternative forms: aesculin.

See: esculic.


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... + Gelatin Hydrolysis - SIM Medium - Oxidation-Fermentation + MR/VP +/ - Oxidase - Catalase - EMB inconclusive Phenylalanine Deaminase - MIO - Bile Esculin + Casein Hydrolysis (Milk Plate) - Motility - Wet Hang and Drop - My options for what my bacteria is are: Entercoccus facealis / streptococcus ...

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by ohyesitskim
Sun Oct 28, 2012 6:30 am
 
Forum: Microbiology
Topic: HELPP Please! Unidentifiable Unkown :(
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identifying 2 unknown bacterias

... The test results you report for that bacteria are for tests designed to ID enterics. For this one you need to do hemolysis, bacitracin, bile esculin, etc...

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by Cat
Sun Sep 09, 2012 8:00 pm
 
Forum: Microbiology
Topic: identifying 2 unknown bacterias
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*HELP* Identification of unknown bacteria

... of my sample A,B,C. Sampel A Orange colour colony oxidase test : -ve katalase test : +ve Gram staining: negatife, cocci API 20NE : +ve gas NO2, esculin ferric citrate, gelatin. -ve gas N2, L–tryptophane, D–glucose, L–arginine, urease, β–galactosidase, D–glucose, L– arabinose, D–mannose, D–mannitol, ...

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by ajidangmoon
Wed Mar 23, 2011 3:10 pm
 
Forum: Microbiology
Topic: *HELP* Identification of unknown bacteria
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Help IDing my Unknown!

... @ 37*C) methyl red = (w+) VP = (-) Catalase = (+) Urea = (w+) PYR hydrolysis = (-) yell/orange Citrate = (-) Indole = (-) Nitrate = (+) Bile esculin - (-) Mannitol = (-) ONPG = (-) 7% NaCl = (-) no growth Not sure where to go from here. Please help!!! Bergey's Manual doesn't show much help. ...

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by isabelchris
Wed Apr 21, 2010 5:59 am
 
Forum: Microbiology
Topic: Help IDing my Unknown!
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