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The several species of Staphylococcus found can generate local infections and have been isolated in clinical cases [ 31 ]. Yokenella regensburgei has been known to generate septicemias from soft tissue infections, especially for immunocompromised hosts [ 43 ].

The capacity of Aeromonas hydrophila is well known to cause severe infections after snakebites [ 44 ].

This pathogen can produce bacteremia, skin infections, and respiratory infections [ 45 ]. Although it was found on a nonvenomous species, it is fairly commonly distributed [ 2 ]. This pathogen has been previously isolated in dead amphibians with cataracts and showed severe consequences to the host [ 47 ]. The vast majority of isolates showed antibiotic sensitivity patterns typical of wild, nonexposed strains and several natural resistance mechanisms widely distributed in nature.

Resistance patterns suggested natural mechanisms of antibiotic resistance, such as constitutive chromosomal AmpC beta-lactamases and cephalosporinases, common in genera such as Enterobacter, Citrobacter, Serratia, Proteus, Escherichia, and Morganella [ 48 ].

Probable evidences of QNR protein and efflux pumps could be present in Enterobacteria and Pseudomonas strains, according to their resistance to nalidixic acid, but not to quinolones [ 49 ]. Similarly, resistance mechanisms to erythromycin and tetracycline due to efflux pumps could be present in Gram-positive cocci isolates, as they are widespread [ 50 , 51 ]. An important diversity of aerobic bacteria was isolated 40 different bacterial species from oral and cloacal mucous membrane from wildlife snakes species.

Also with similar findings, other studies looked at bacterial diversity in different reptiles like turtles [ 52 ] and Komodo dragons [ 53 ], corroborating our results. Even studies regarding fungal diversity [ 44 ] conclude that these findings should be considering in the clinical picture when treating these animal bites. Importantly, antibiotics most appropriate in the case of infection by these pathogens are reported as well as the resistance found in these wild strains.

1. Introduction

In summary, to our knowledge herein, this is the first report of a survey that combines biochemical and molecular approaches that identifies aerobic bacterial communities isolated from free-living venomous and nonvenomous snakes from Costa Rican rainforests. We also obtained an antibiotic susceptibility test AST for bacterial clusters inhabiting the cavities of local serpents.

Our results revealed that the majority of the 12 bacterial families could bring health complications after a snakebite. Conflicts of Interest The authors declare that there are no conflicts of interest regarding the publication of this paper.

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Despite the influence of associations of bacteria and snakes and the influence of these bacteria on humans, there are few studies on the characterization and distribution of these microorganisms [ 12 ]. However, some bacterial distributions, including some Gram-positive bacteria such as Staphylococcus sp.

They are predominant in the oral cavities of healthy snakes but Gram-negative bacteria such as Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Providencia rettgeri, and Pseudomonas maltophilia currently Stenotrophomonas maltophilia are predominant in the oral cavities of snakes with stomatitis [ 12 , 13 ].

Other members belonging to the family Enterobacteriaceae can cause respiratory diseases in humans [ 12 ]. Also some species of the genus Stenotrophomonas sp. The aim of this study is to identify, characterize, and report the diversity of the bacterial community in the oral and cloacal cavities of venomous and nonvenomous snakes found in wildlife into the rainforest of central volcanic mountain range, Costa Rica.

Material and Methods 2. The forest located in the area is montane rainforest transitioning to tropical moist basal. The forest composition varies from secondary to mature forests, including open areas formed by the Sucio river [ 15 — 17 ]. Sample Collection The snakes were captured between August and November, On each field trip, sampling took place in the morning 7 a.

Snakes were captured with the assistance of herpetological tongs and identified to a species level. A total of swabs, oral and cloacal, were taken from 16 individuals of both Viperidae and Colubridae families. Cultures were taken to the laboratory on a to hour period; bacterial isolates were separated by morphology and Gram staining. Once grown and pure, cultures were inoculated on blood agar or trypticase soy agar for further processing.Esses diferentes mecanismos e patologias fazem com que o S.

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Key words: Antibiosis, bacteriocins, dairy products, Lactobacillus, Staphylococcus aureus, Mesh Database. Cultures were taken to the laboratory on a to hour period; bacterial isolates were separated by morphology and Gram staining.

Poiata This yogurt contained L. A pneumonia nosocomial produzida por S. Haddad Kashani, and M. Overall 40 different bacterial species 12 families were identified by VITEK approach from both oral and cloacal swabs Table 1.

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