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Description:This 2014 image depicts Centers for Disease Control (CDC) laboratorian Ashley Paulick holding a multi-well Rapid ID 32A tray (bioMérieux, Inc.) used for the identification of anaerobic Gram-negative bacilli.
Over a 4 hour time period, the Rapid ID 32A system detects the enzymatic activity unique to respective microorganisms, and the chemical results are then used in support of the identification of the anaerobes under investigation.
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Content Providers(s):CDC/ Melissa Dankel
Creation Date:2014
Photo Credit:James Gathany
Links:CDC – CDC News Room; Digital Press Kit: i>”Untreatable: Today’s Drug-Resistant Health Threats”
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