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29 Mar

The Shigella are divided into four species: Shigella dysenteriae, Shigella boydii, Shigella Flexeri, and Shigella sonnei.  Like the Salmonella, the four species are divided into a number of different serotypes.  Serotypes are strains that have similar biochemical characteristics but differ … Continue reading

15 Mar

The intestinal pathogens of the most medical importance are the salmonella and shigella and pathogenic strains of Escherichia coli.  They cause gastroenteritis, bacillary dysentery, foodborne illness, and diarrhea in humans.  Right now the taxonomic differences of salmonella are being revised.  … Continue reading

01 Mar

The Nikon Eclipse E200 compound microscope offers superior optics and high quality construction.  This is one of the most widely used microscopes in veterinary clinics and doctor’s offices.  Nikon’s Chromatic abberation-free infinity (CFI60) system provides an expandable platform for more … Continue reading