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  • ...tly aerobic gram-negative and nonmotile bacterium distinguished to oxidize D-glucose originated mainly from human and clinical specimen. ''Acinetobacter bereziniae'' has the ability to oxidized D-glucose and grows best at 38’C where purely isolated from human sources n
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  • ''Acinetobacter parvus'' characterized by the inability to oxidize D-glucose and to hydrolyze gelatin as well as utilized DL-lactate, citrate, a
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  • * 2-Deoxy-2-({[methyl(nitroso)amino]carbonyl}amino)-β-D-glucopyranose
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  • <br><sup>1</sup> O'Neil, D. (1999). "Blood Components". Palomar College. Retrieved from http://anthro. <br><sup>2</sup> plasma volume. (n.d.) Mosby's Medical Dictionary, 8th edition. (2009). Retrieved from http://me
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  • <br><sup>2</sup> Tamarkin, D. A. (2011). ''Epithelial Tissue.'' Retrieved from [[http://faculty.stcc.edu
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  • <br><sup>1</sup> Gokhale, S. B., Kokate, C. K., and Bidarkar, D. S. (2008). '' Pharmaceutical Biology''. Maharashtra, India: Pragati Books
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  • <br><sup>1</sup> Haines, D. & Ard, M. (2013). Fundamental neuroscience for basic and clinical applicat
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  • <br><sup>3</sup> Seigler, D. (1999). Plant Secondary Metabolism. Boston, MA: Springer US.
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  • ...trointestinal tract of animals as well as in humans. It is able to ferment D-glucose as well as other sugars that generate gas with a pH ranging from 4.
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