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agar plate

medium on which micro-organisms are cultured, and their sensitivity to antibiotics tested
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They then developed a streamlined protocol that involves 100 mcL of urine, a CNA agar plate that selects for gram-positive organisms, a MacConkey agar using 5% C02, and 48 hours of incubation.
A disk of Ceftazidime containing 30g of antibiotic and Ceftazidime + Clavulanic acid disc containing 30+10g of antibiotic were put on Mueller Hinton agar plate at a distance of 30mm from each other.
The isolates produced alpha hemolytic colonies on blood agar plate after 48 hours of incubation and reduced surface growth on China blue mannitol agar (Fig.
Done on Mueller-Hinton agar plate also shows non-diffusible red pigmentation and the following sensitivity patternSensitive to: Piperacillin-Tazobactam, Cotrimoxazole, Imipenem, Gentamicin, Ciprofloxacin and Cefixime.
1 mL of a dilution tube on a single agar plate to count around 200-1000 colonies after an incubation period.
Mixed colonies were obtained and each of the selected colonies was grown on BH agar plate in the presence of petrol and stored at 4 oC for further studies.
10 mL from the inoculated water was transferred into the nutrient agar plate by gravity methods.
The swab was streaked in right angle direction on the agar plate then the plate was incubated for 24-48 hours in 35 degree Celsius.
Inoculum suspension was prepared by transferring colonies from overnight growth on nutrient agar plate to sterile saline to produce a suspension that matches the turbidity of a 0.
The discs were carefully lifted up from the mix with the help of a sterile tweezer and gently placed over the agar plate such that the disc is completely embedded in the mix from all the sides.
25ml of spore suspension was taken with sterilized dropper and poured it into agar plate and agitated the spore suspension on the agar plates.