Serratia marcescens- An Overview

Serratia marcescens

Since the 1990s, Serratia marcescens, a gram-negative bacillus categorized as an Enterobacteriaceae member, has been known to cause infections acquired in hospitals. Serratia spp. are gram-negative, motile rods without endospores. … Read more

Enterococcus faecalis- An Overview

Enterococcus faecalis Overview

The GI tract is home to a particular kind of bacteria called Enterococci. These bacteria come in at least 18 different species. One of the most prevalent species is Enterococcus … Read more