Gram-negative bacteria give negative results on the Gram staining technique, hence named gram-negative bacteria. These are bacteria with solid walls.

These bacteria don’t retain the crystal violet dye and appear red-colored when viewed under a microscope on a Gram stain test.

Neisseria, Salmonella, E.coli, and Campylobacter are some examples of gram-negative bacteria.


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