Biochemical Test of Streptococcus canis

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Last Updated on January 7, 2020 by Sagar Aryal

Biochemical Test of Streptococcus canis

Basic CharacteristicsProperties (Streptococcus canis)
CAMPNegative (-ve)
CatalaseNegative (-ve)
Gram StainingPositive (+ve)
OF (Oxidative-Fermentative)Facultative anaerobes
UreaseNegative (-ve)
VP (Voges Proskauer)Negative (-ve)

Fermentation of

AdonitolNegative (-ve)
ArabinoseNegative (-ve)
ArabitolNegative (-ve)
ArbutinPositive (+ve)
DulcitolNegative (-ve)
ErythritolNegative (-ve)
FructosePositive (+ve)
GalactosePositive (+ve)
GlucosePositive (+ve)
GlycogenNegative (-ve)
HippurateNegative (-ve)
InositolNegative (-ve)
InulinNegative (-ve)
LactosePositive (+ve)
MaltosePositive (+ve)
MannitolNegative (-ve)
MannosePositive (+ve)
MelibioseNegative (-ve)
RaffinoseNegative (-ve)
RhamnoseNegative (-ve)
RibosePositive (+ve)
SalicinPositive (+ve)
SorbitolNegative (-ve)
StarchPositive (+ve)
SucrosePositive (+ve)
XyloseNegative (-ve)

Enzymatic Reactions

Alkaline PhosphatasePositive (+ve)
Arginine DehydrolasePositive (+ve)
Esculin HydrolysisPositive (+ve)
HyalurodinaseNegative (-ve)

Streptococcus canis

Figure: Morphological features of large, smooth, white, non-mucoid β-hemolytic colonies of Streptococcus canis. The microorganism was cultured on a sheep blood agar plate for 24 h at 35 °C in 5% CO2. Source: doi: 10.1016/j.idcr.2017.01.002.

Biochemical Test of Streptococcus canis

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