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Int J Med Invest 2015, 4(2): 262-265 Back to browse issues page
Survey of Frequency of blaper Gene in P. aeruginosa by Kirby Bauer& PCR Method
Fateme Moradi, Abbas. Ali. Imani. fooladi, Davoud Esmaeili *
1Applied Microbiology Research center, and Microbiology Department, Baqiyatallah University Medical of Sciences, Iran
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Aim: The present study was aimed to investigate frequency of bla per gene in hospital isolates of P. aeruginosa. Methods: The number of 100 isolates of P. aeruginosa were isolated from in burn Hospital in Tehran during a 1-year study in 2013-2014.The identification were carried out by colonial morphology, pigment formation, positive Oxidase test, growth test at 42ºC on Nutrient agar, OF, Arginine dehyrolase and Motility tests. Results: The results indicated that 15% of burned hospital isolates contain bla pe gene. This study indicated that zone diameter mean of growth inhibition ≤ 14 mm to ceftazidime.The rate of MIC to ceftazidime was 20 μg/ml. Conclusion: According to results of current research we hope in future be used drugs to the clinic with a wider range as a complementary therapy and also for burned infections.
Keywords: Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Multidrug-Resistant, blaper, PCR.
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Moradi F, Imani. fooladi A A, Esmaeili D. Survey of Frequency of blaper Gene in P. aeruginosa by Kirby Bauer& PCR Method. Int J Med Invest. 2015; 4 (2) :262-265
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