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Actinomyces turicensis

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Actinomyces turicensis - a species of anaerobic, gram variable, rod shaped bacteria assigned to the phylum actinobacteria. This bacteria is catalase negative, does not reduce nitrate and does not hydrolyze esculin, urea or gelatin. A. Turicensis is most often related to genital, skin, and urinary tract infections.

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