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American Society for Microbiology
Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy
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The minimal inhibitory concentrations of penicillin and six other antibiotics were determined for 66 oral black-pigmented Bacteroides isolates by using the National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards proposed standard agar dilution technique. These results plus iodometric determination of β-lactamase activity showed that oral isolates of black-pigmented Bacteroides are remaining relatively susceptible to commonly used antibiotics.
Laatsch, Linda Jean; Hohenfeldt, Paul R.; and Kos, William L., "Antibiotic Susceptibility of Black-Pigmented Bacteroides Isolates from the Human Oral Cavity" (1982). Biomedical Sciences Faculty Research and Publications. 108.