Pseudomonas cepacia bacterium dividing

Pseudomonas cepacia bacterium dividing

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Caption: Pseudomonas cepacia. Coloured Transmission Electron Micrograph (TEM) of the bacteria Pseudo- monas cepacia. This Gram-negative rod-shaped bacterium is seen during the process of division (binary fission), forming two daughter cells. Pseudomonas are bacteria which naturally inhabit soil and water. They include human pathogens. Pseudomonas cepacia is the cause of infections such as wound sepsis, foot rot, pneumonia (especially cystic fibrosis), septicaemia, gangrenosa and peritonitis. Infections often occur during long hospitalization. Negative staining technique. Magnification: x8,500 at 35mm size.

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