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WHICH WIP? THE AID CLOUD & ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS

.Welcome to the AID (App Identification) Cloud

This represents the natural extension of the WIP system I developed for ASHEX. The idea behind the AID Cloud is to provide numerous identification systems as freeware to global microbiology laboratories with the assistance of other experts in the field.

ASHEX was the first step in establishing a greater legacy for the community. There are now two menu bars on the pschreck site. The top banner takes you to various pschreck.com pages, while the sidebar menu is dedicated for various probabilistic calculators that satisfy a variety of needs.

I hope you all find this tool useful and beneficial for the rapid identification of clinical pathogens.

For information on the differences between the two ASHEX WIPs shown in the menu, please click the Non-Fermenter ID link in the menu at the top of the page.

Sincerely, Adam Schreckenberger.

.Contributors to the AID Cloud

ASHEX WIP – Gram-Negative Non-Fermenting Bacilli (c)2004-2023 A.P. Schreckenberger using test results provided by P.C. Schreckenberger, Kathy McKinley, and Joyce Tjhio
Available in the Sidebar Menu

Enterics WIP – Enterobacteriaceae courtesy of Brent Barrett using results published in the International Journal of Systemic Bacteriology, & A.P. Schreckenberger
Available in the Sidebar Menu

Vibrio WIP – Vibrio species courtesy of Brent Barrett using J.J. Farmer Table 08 (c)2005, & A.P. Schreckenberger
Available in the Sidebar Menu

Salmonella WIP – Salmonella species CDC Biochemical Tables 4-6-2009 Rev 1 (c)2009, received courtesy of Brent Barrett, & WIP dev courtesy of A.P. Schreckenberger
Available at the salform page.

TROUBLE DECIDING?
Not sure which WIP to use? No problem! Welcome to the launch page of the SAVE (Spectrum ASHEX-Vibrio-Enterics) Magi!

The SAVE Magi is one of the coolest things rolled out on pschreck.com. It consists of a network of three simultaneously accessed matrices to help users navigate the grey regions between ASHEX(GNNFBs), Enterobacteriaceae, and Vibrio species. First, let me state that this system will not give you a direct identification of your unknown. (The MAGI matrices are substantially smaller than those in the individual WIPs. The MAGI will only point you to a WIP that can help you make the final identification. However, this should be a helpful tool to gain traction in the identification of unknown specimens.
The SAVE Magi is available at this submission form.

Important Copyright Information
The source code of the WIP application is intellectual property of A.P. Schreckenberger. Direct duplication is prohibited. The use of the WIP function is (and shall always be) a free service provided by A.P. Schreckenberger and pschreck.com. For expansion questions and permission requests, please contact Adam.

.ASHEX WIP – Gram-Negative Non-Fermenting Bacilli Species List

Achromobacter denitrificans, piechaudii, spanius. xylosoxidans
Acidovorax delafieldii, oryzae, temperans
Acinetobacter baumannii complex, haemolyticus, johnsii, lwoffii, species saccharolytic, ursingii
Alcaligenes faecalis
Azospirillium species
Bergeyella zoohelcum
Blastomonas natatoria
Bordetella avium, bronchiseptica, hinzii, holmesii, parapertusis, trematum
Brevundimonas diminuta, vesicularis
Burkholderia cenocepacia (III), cepacia (I), gladioli, multivorans (II), pseudomallei, stabilis (IV), thailandensis
CDC Group EO-2, EO-3, Ic, II c, II e, II g, II i, NO-1
Chryseobacterium culicis, gleum, hominis, indologenes, oranimense
Comamonas kerstersii, testosteroni
Cupriavidus campinensis, gilardii, metallidurans, pauculus
Delftia acidovorans
Elizabethkingia meningoseptica
Empedobacter brevis
Inquilinus limosus
Kerstersia gyiorum
Laribacter hongkongensis
Methylobacterium species
Moraxella atlantae, lacunata, lincolnii, nonliquefaciens, osloensis
Myroides odoratus
Neisseria elongata ss. elongata, ss. glycolitica, ss. nitroreducens; weaveri, zoodegmatis
Ochrobactrum anthropi, intermedium
Oligella ureolytica, urethralis
Pandoraea apista, species,
Pseudomonas aeruginosa, alcaligenes, fluorescens, fulva/parafulva, luteola, mendocina, migulae, oryzihabitans, pseudoalcaligenes, putida, sp CDC Group 1, straminea, stutzeri, stutzeri (Vb-3)
Psychrobacter faecalis, immobilis (asaccharolytic), immobilis (saccharolytic), phenylpyruvicus, sanguinis
Ralstonia insidiosa, mannitolilytica, pickettii (Va-1), pickettii (Va-2)
Rhizobium (Agrobacterium) radiobacter
Roseomonas species
Shewanella algae, putrefaciens
Sphingobacterium multivorum, spiritivorum, thalopophilum
Sphingomonas mucosissima, paucimobilis
Stenotrophomonas maltophilia
Weeksella virosa

.Enterics WIP – Enterobacteriaceae Species List

Averyella dalhousiensis
Budvicia aquatica
Buttiauxella agrestis, brennerae, ferragutiae, gaviniae, izardii, noackiae, warmboldiae
Cedecea davisae, lapagei, neteri, species 3, species 5
Citrobacter amalonaticus, braakii, farmeri, freundii, gillenii, koseri (C. diversus), murliniae, rodentium, sedlakii, werkmanii, youngae
Cronobacter sakazakii
Edwardsiella hoshinae, ictaluri, tarda, tarda biogroup 1
Enteric Group 58, 59, 60, 68, 69
Enterobacter aerogenes, amnigenus biogroup 1, amnigenus biogroup 2, asburiae, cancerogenus (E. taylorae), cloacae, dissolvens, gergoviae, hormaechei, intermedius, nimipressuralis, pyrinus
Escherichia albertii, blattae, coli, coli(inactive), fergusonii, hermannii, vulneris
Ewingella americana
Hafnia alvei, alvei biogroup 1
Klebsiella oxytoca, ornithinolytica (oxytoca, ornithine positive), planticola, pneumoniae subsp. ozaenae, pneumoniae subsp. pneumoniae, pneumoniae subsp. rhinoscleromatis, terrigena
Kluyvera ascorbata, cryocrescens, georgiana
Leclercia adecarboxylata
Leminorella grimontii, richardii
Moellerella wisconsensis
Morganella morganii subsp. morganii, subsp. sibonii, biogroup 1
Obesumbacterium proteus biogroup 2
Pantoea agglomerans, dispersa
Photorhabdus luminescens (all tests at 25°C), DNA hybridization group 5
Plesiomonas shigelloides
Pragia fontium
Proteus mirabilis, myxofaciens, penneri, vulgaris
Providencia alcalifaciens, heimbachae, rettgeri, rustigianii, stuartii
Rahnella aquatilis
Salmonella bongori; enterica subsp. arizonae, subsp. diarizonae, subsp. enterica, subsp. houtenae, subsp. indica, subsp. salamae; serotype Choleraesuis, serotype Gallinarum, serotype Paratyphi A, serotype Pullorum, serotype Typhi
Serratia entomophila, ficaria, fonticola, liquefaciens, marcescens, marcescens biogroup 1, odorifera biogroup 1, odorifera biogroup 2, plymuthica, rubidaea
Shigella boydii, dysenteriae, flexneri, sonnei
Tatumella ptyseos
Trabulsiella guamensis
Xenorhabdus nematophilus
Yersinia aldovae, bercovieri, enterocolitica, frederiksenii, intermedia, kristensenii, mollaretii, pestis, pseudotuberculosis, rohdei, ruckeri
Yokenella regensburgei (Koserella trabulsii)

.Vibrio & Salmonella WIPs Species Lists

Vibrio WIP – Vibrio species
Grimontia (Vibrio) hollisae
Vibrio alginolyticus, cholerae, cincinatiensis, damsela, fluvialis, furnissii, harveyi, mimicus, metschnikovii, parahaemolyticus, vulnificus biogroup 1


Salmonella WIP – Salmonella species
S. Subspecies I strains – most serotypes, Subspecies II strains, Subspecies IIIa strains (monophasic Arizona), Subspecies IIIb strains (diphasic Arizona), Subspecies IV strains, Subspecies VI strains, bongori, ser. Choleraesuis, ser. Gallinarum,ser. Paratyphi A, ser. Pullorum, ser. Typhi