From What Specimen Type Would S. Saprophyticus Most Likely Be Isolated

1. Differentiate the microscopic morphology of staphylococci and streptococci as seen by Gram stain.

2. What is coagulase?

3. What is protein A?

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4. What properties of S. aureus distinguish it from S. epidermidis and S. saprophyticus?

5. How is S. saprophyticus distinguished from S. epidermidis?

6. From what specimen type would S. saprophyticus most likely be isolated?

7. What is a nosocomial infection? Who acquires it? Why?

8. Why are staphylococcal infections frequent among hospital patients?

9. Discuss the role played by S. aureus in human infectious diseases.

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  • mason
    What specimen type would s.saprophyticus be isolated from?
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    How is S. saprophyticus distinguished from S. epidermidis?
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    What properties of S. aureus distinguish it from S. epidermid is and S. saprophyticus?
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