The trick to remembering the difference between gram positive and gram negative bacteria is to first understand where their naming convention comes from. I have an article follow by a mini game to ...

The trick to remembering the difference between gram positive and gram negative bacteria is to first understand where their naming convention comes from. I have an article follow by a mini game to ...

Exocytosis from gram negative bacteria for Salmonella invasion of chicken ileal epithelium - Download PDF

Exocytosis from gram negative bacteria for Salmonella invasion of chicken ileal epithelium - Download PDF

Gram negative and positive cells---This diagram displays both gram negative and gram positive cells and their cell wall composition. Having both drawings beside each other is great for comparison.

Gram negative and positive cells---This diagram displays both gram negative and gram positive cells and their cell wall composition. Having both drawings beside each other is great for comparison.

Gram-negative bacteria: do not retain crystal violet dye in the Gram staining protocol; a counterstain (safranin) is added after crystal violet, coloring all gram-negative bacteria with a red or pink color; has a thinner peptidoglycan layer so it does not retain crystal violet

Gram-negative bacteria: do not retain crystal violet dye in the Gram staining protocol; a counterstain (safranin) is added after crystal violet, coloring all gram-negative bacteria with a red or pink color; has a thinner peptidoglycan layer so it does not retain crystal violet

Chlorhexidine is a chemical antiseptic. It is effective on both Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria. It has both bactericidal and bacteriostatic mechanisms of action, the mechanism of action being membrane disruption, not ATPase inactivation as previously thought. It is also useful against fungi and enveloped viruses. Chlorhexidine is harmful in high concentrations, but is used safely in low concentrations in many products, such as mouthwash and contact lens solutions.

Chlorhexidine is a chemical antiseptic. It is effective on both Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria. It has both bactericidal and bacteriostatic mechanisms of action, the mechanism of action being membrane disruption, not ATPase inactivation as previously thought. It is also useful against fungi and enveloped viruses. Chlorhexidine is harmful in high concentrations, but is used safely in low concentrations in many products, such as mouthwash and contact lens solutions.

Antibiotics and What They Do....great chart to have for Pharm and I would keep it with what you bring to your Med/Surg clinicals...esp if your Clinical Instructor likes to DRILL you on what you may think are "minute" facts ...

Antibiotics and What They Do....great chart to have for Pharm and I would keep it with what you bring to your Med/Surg clinicals...esp if your Clinical Instructor likes to DRILL you on what you may think are "minute" facts ...

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