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  • Evaluation of sulfate reducing bacteria in human gut infections and appendicitis
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    The sulfate reducing bacteria are large group of anaerobic microorganisms that play a crucial role in many biogeochemical processes. The aim of this study was to determine molecular identity of isolates and testing antibiotic resistance of infected patients who were admitted in kerman hospitals. This cross-sectional study was conducted in 2012 and 2013 on 50 patients who were admitted in kerman hospitals and they suffered from large intestine infections, abscess or appendicitis. After the sampling, the acquired sampeles were inoculated to a specific API medium and they were incubated at 35C for 2 months and then the recorded samples were investigated after the subculture on specific solid medium in order to select the colony and verify by using 16srRna sequencing, as well as antibiotic resistance. Four (8%) out of six (12%) suspicious isolated SRB were defected as Desulfovibrio piger.also, there was arelationship between bacteria with Age and education of patients, while the best antibiotics to eliminate this bacteria was clindamycine. According to probably effect of SRB in colon cancer and gut infections, it is necessary to supplement research and clinical continuing quest in wide population and appraisal of bioside and antibiotic role in eliminate of this bacteria.
    Key words: sulfate reducing bacteria, gut infections, 16srRNA