Investigating the Portability Bacteria Proteus mirabilis Isolated From Wounds and Burns Infections to Form Swarming and Study the Virulence Factor Genetically.


This study was designed to investigate ability of the bacteria Proteus mirabilis isolated from wounds and burns infections to production of virulence factor swarming and samples elected included the most antibiotic-resistant isolates and by (4) isolates of the bacterium Proteus mirabilis diagnosed depending on the biochemical test as well as the production of the phenomenon swarming. The use of heat as a factor curing of plasmids electric deportation results showed a loss of status in the plasmids isolates were elected as well as the loss in the formation of the phenomenon of isolates swarming referring to plasmids role in the formation of such status.