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I got 99 problems but staph ain't one

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lunalovegood's version from 2016-02-05 05:05

Section 1

Question Answer
Malachite, honey, and mold are inhibitory to ...S. aureus
Gram ___POSITIVE (the staff likes Graham crackers)
Homo or Heterogeneous?Heterogeneous
Size?0.5-1.5 micrometers
Motile?no
Aerobic?FACULTATIVE ANAEROBES
Temperature?18-40 degrees C
I'm just gonna clean my dental operatory with 10% NaCl solution. No staph will grow. BONK! Staph ca grow in 10% NaCl
T/F - S aureus, S epidermidis, S lugdunesis, S saprophyticusTrue
___% of human pop is continuously colonized by S aureus.30%
T/F - Skin, nasopharynx, and G-U tract are staphylcoccus places.True
Catalase?POSITIVE (the staff likes cats!)
ONLY COAGULASE POSITIVE SPECIESS aureus
Staph have slime layers that add virulence?yes (the staff can be slimy sometimes)
Peptidoglycan has __toxin like activity.endotoxin
FOUND IN GRAM + ONLYTeichoic acid
Teichoic acid can be highly toxic, makes the cell wall more rigid, helps to attach to mucosal membranes and release in bloodstream causes fever, blood vessel dilation, maybe shock, and then ____.death
Protein ___ inhibits phagocytic engulfment.Protein A
Protein A can bind...Fc or Fab site
T/F - Protein A binds Fc portion to stop binding or Fab site to stop pathway.True
Cytolytic?yes
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Section 2

Question Answer
Coagulase +S aureus
DNase +S aureus
Novobiocin resistantS saprophyticus
Coagulase + on slide and - in tubeS lugdunesis
+ Catalase - Coagulase -DNase and Novobiocin sensitiveS epidermidis
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Section 3

Question Answer
Alpha toxinhemolysin
Beta toxinsphingomyelinase
Gamma toxinhemolytic activity
Delta toxincytopathic, enterotoxic
Leukocidinstuff
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Section 4

Question Answer
T/F - Coagulase, hyaluronidase, fibrinolysin, collagenase, lipase, and nuclease are all STAPH AUREUS enzymes.True
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