The growth-inhibitory effect of a small group of different pyocines has been used to differentiate Ps. aeruginosa isolates. A method is described which can be carried out with ordinary media and is easy for routine application. One hundred and one isolates of Ps. aeruginosa were differentiated by four pyocines into 10 pyocine patterns.
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