Histopathological Effects of Staphylococcus xylosus Isolated on Mice


The histopathological effects 0f Staphylococcus xylosus supernatant killed by radiation on four organs (kidney, spleen, lung and liver) of mice injected with (104, 108) CFU/ ml were studied. The results showed that the bacteria induced histopathological effects in all organs. In kidney the effects characterized by cytoplasmic vacculation and infiltration of inflammatory cells in addition to congestion and shrinkage of the glomeruli of the kidney,while effects in spleen characterized by enlargement of white pulp and necrosis in parenchymal tissue with formation of germinal center.Liver section showed cytoplasmic vaculation and infiltration of inflammatory cells.