Microbiology - Identification of Bacteria - Discussion

Discussion :: Identification of Bacteria - Section 1 (Q.No.12)


What is the colour of gram-negative bacteria on a gram staining?

[A]. Purple
[B]. Pink
[C]. Green
[D]. Colourless

Answer: Option B


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Khaled Shaikh said: (Mar 20, 2014)  
Pink colour because of gram negative has less concentration of peptidoglycon and hence stained by the counter stain.

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