Baermann concentration

Baermann concentration

(bār'măn),
preparation that relies on the principle that active nematode larvae will migrate from a fresh fecal specimen through several layers of gauze into tap water from which the larvae can be recovered by centrifugation.

Ba·er·mann con·cen·tra·tion

(bā'er-mahn kon-sĕn-trā'shŭn)
Preparation that relies on the principle that active nematode larvae will migrate from a fresh fecal specimen through several layers of gauze into tap water, from which the larvae can be recovered by centrifugation.