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Enterobacteriaceae I

Lecture 1

Enterobacteriaceae Characteristics Gram(-) bacilli / non spore forming / ferment glucose with production of acid and gas / if motile are so by peritrichous flagella (Shigella and Klebsiella are nonmotile) / cytochrome oxidase (-) / catalase (+) / able to reduce nitrates to nitrite
Enteric Bacilli organisms of the family Enterobacteriaceae as well as Gram NEG. vibrios
Opportunistic Pathogens normal flora but wrong location or over-abundance / e.g. E. coli, Klebsiella
Frank Pathogens presence in ANY amount is considered indicative of disease / e.g. Salmonella, Shigella
Escherichia (Disease) UTIs, gastroenteritis, meningitis, septicemia, hemorrhagic colitis (EHEC)
Shigella (Disease) Bacillary dysentery
Salmonella (Disease) Gastroenteritis, septicemia, enteric fevers (typhoid)
Klebsiella (Disease) Pneumomia, UTIs
Yersinia (Disease) Gastroenteritis, plague, zoonotic infection
Created by: svarghese