Gram Negative Bacteria

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Aeromonas spp.
Aeromonas hydrophila flagella stain Aeromonas hydrophila. Flagella stain.  (1000X oil) 
Submitted by:  J. Michael Miller, Ph.D., CDC, Atlanta, GA. 
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Bordetella spp.
B. bronchiseptica - flagella stain Bordetella brohchiseptica. Flagella stain.  (1000X oil) 
Submitted by:  J. Michael Miller, Ph.D., CDC, Atlanta, GA. 
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Branhamella spp.
B. catarrhalis. Branhamella catarrhalis. Gram-stained culture. (1000X oil) 
Submitted by:  J. Michael Miller, Ph.D., CDC, Atlanta, GA. 
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Burkholderia spp.
Burkholderia pseudomallei Burkholderia pseudomallei on MacConkey agar. Melioidosis is a common problem in Darwin. Submitted by:  Dr. Gary Lum, Royal Darwin Hospital, Darwin, Australia. 
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Campylobacter spp.
Campylobacter jejuni Campylobacter jejuni. Gram-stained smear from a mucoid colony grown for 48 hr at 42oC. (1000X oil) 
Submitted by:  J. Michael Miller, Ph.D., CDC, Atlanta, GA. 
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Fusobacterium spp.
Fusobacterium nucleatum Fusobacterium nucleatum. Gram-stained culture. (1000X oil) 
Submitted by:  J. Michael Miller, Ph.D., CDC, Atlanta, GA. 
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Moraxella spp.
Moraxella olsoensis Moraxella olsoensis. Gram-stained culture.  (1000X oil) 
Submitted by:  J. Michael Miller, Ph.D., CDC, Atlanta, GA. 
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Neisseria spp.
Neisseria gonorrhoeae Neisseria gonorrhoeae. Gram-stained urethral discharge.  The  image shows many PMNs and Gram-negative extra- and intra-cellular diplococci.  (1000X oil) 
Submitted by:  J. Michael Miller, Ph.D., CDC, Atlanta, GA. 
E-Mail: jmm8@cdc.gov   70 KB JPG File   [Full Image]

Salmonella spp.
Salmonella typhi - India ink stain Salmonella typhi. India ink stain of S. typhi.  The organisms were incubated with O, Vi, and H antibodies prior to staining.  (1000X oil) 
Submitted by:  J. Michael Miller, Ph.D., CDC, Atlanta, GA. 
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