Universidad de Oriente, estado Sucre. Universidad Central de Venezuela. Biochemical and specie-specific PCR identification of Burkholderia cepacia strains from hospital and environmental sources in Venezuela. Abstrac: Burkholderia cepacia is a non fermentative grannegative bacilli NFGNB known as an opportunists pathogen for human beings and associated with plant diseases. Its identification is a difficult task, being usually confused with related genera. In this work a collection of 74 NFGNB from environmental and hospital sources were examined by biochemical and PCR methods in order to evaluate the conditions for hospital identification of B.
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