Durham tube


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Dur·ham tube

(dūr'ăm),
a jointed tracheostomy tube.

Dur·ham tube

(dūr'ăm tūb)
A jointed tracheotomy tube.

Durham,

Arthur E., English surgeon, 1834-1895.
Durham needle
Durham operation
Durham tracheostomy tube
Durham tracheotomy trocar
Durham trocar
Durham tube - a jointed tracheotomy tube.

Durham tube

an inverted glass tube in bacterial carbohydrate fermentation tests. Used to detect gas production.
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5 mm were transferred to tubes containing lactose broth along with Durham tube and were placed in incubator at 37[degrees]C for 24 h.
This site was previously known as the Brookside works, belonging to the Durham Tube company," said Steve.
Tenders are invited for Procurement Of Chimical And Glassware (Filters Paper GF/A (8 x 10 ), Borosil Burette 50 ml, Durham Tube, Spatula, Etc.
Fifteen culture tubes were used per sample; five tubes contained 10 ml double strength and the remaining ten contained 5 ml single strength MacConkey broth (Oxoid CM5a) with inverted Durham tubes.

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