Madison, Wisconsin: Business | Photos by Greg Dixon (10/33)

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Bacterial stains are used to identify Lemierre's syndrome. Gram-positive bacteria retain the violet stain, and gram-negative bacteria do not and so cannot be seen on the slide. A secondary red stain is then used to identify gram-negative bacteria, which is present in Lemierre's.
Bacterial stains are used to identify Lemierre's syndrome. Gram-positive bacteria retain the violet stain, and gram-negative bacteria do not and so cannot be seen on the slide. A secondary red stain is then used to identify gram-negative bacteria, which is present in Lemierre's.
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