Kocuria kristinae (Unusual Pathogen) Isolated from Cerebrospinal Fluid: A Case of Acute Meningitis

Kocuria species are emerging opportunistic pathogens that are most commonly found in immunocompromised patients and those with severe underlying disease. Nowadays, the occurrence of various types of Kocuria infections has been reported, though they are sometimes misidentified as CONS. Newer

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Screening Methods for the Detection of Antagonistic Actinobacteria: Facts and Problems

Screening is the highly selective procedures for the detection and isolation of only those microorganisms of interest from among a large microbial population. Actinobacteria are the group of bacteria with the greatest biomedical value especially antibiotic production. Detection of the

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