negative; >, greater than.

  • On sheep blood agar.
  • CAMP test using a beta-lyslo-producing strain of Staphylococcus aureus.

"End products of glucose metabolism: A Acetic acid; L, lactic add; P, propionic acid; S. succinic acid; (). may or may not produce acid end product "May show beta-hemolysis on brain-heart Infusion agar with sheep or human blood.

  • Reverse CAMP test; S, aureus beta-lyslns are Inhibited by a diffusible substance produced by A. haemotyticum (Figure 20-4).
  • May also show beta-hemolysis on brain-heart Infusion agar with human blood.

"Reaction may be weak or delayed.

  • Some strains are catalase-negatlve.
  • Formerly Arachnla propionics.

negative; >, greater than.

Figure 20-4 Reverse CAMP test. Arcancobacterium haemolyticum is struck on a blood agar plate. Staphylococcus aureus is then struck perpendicular to the Arcanobacterium. A positive reverse CAMP test is indicated by an arrow pointed to the Staphylococcus.

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