Gram Positive Bacteria

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Bacillus spp.
B. anthracis Bacillus anthracis. Gram-stained B. anthracis culture grown on blood agar plate.  This is a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation containing 6 slides.  Submitted by: Tom Robin, Lennox Hill Hospital, New York, NY.
E:Mail: TRobin@LENOXHILL.NET    728 KB PowerPoint File
B. anthracis Bacillus anthracis.  Gram-stained B. anthracis from blood culure bottle. This is a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation containing 8 slides.  Submitted by: Tom Robin, Lennox Hill Hospital, New York, NY.
E-Mail: TRobin@LENOXHILL.NET    308 KB PowerPoint File

Clostridium spp.
Clostridium difficle Clostridium difficile.  Gram-stained C. difficile culture grown on blood agar for 72 hr.  Submitted by:  J. Michael Miller, Ph.D., CDC, Atlanta, GA. 
E-Mail: jmm8@cdc.gov   94 KB JPG File   [Full Image]

Propionibacterium spp.
P. acnes Propionibacterium acnes.  Gram-stained CSF smear from a patient with at shunt. Submitted by: A.W. Pasculle, Sc.D., University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA. 
E-Mail: pasculleaw@msx.upmc.edu. 64 KB JPG File.  [Full Image]

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