Kruse brush

Kru·se brush

(krūs),
a bunch of fine platinum wires attached to a holder; used in bacteriologic work to spread material over the surface of a culture medium.

Kru·se brush

(krū'sĕ brŭsh)
A bunch of fine platinum wires attached to a holder; used in bacteriologic work to spread material over the surface of a culture medium.

Kruse,

Walther, German bacteriologist, 1864-1943.
Kruse brush - a bunch of fine platinum wires used to spread material over the surface of a culture medium.
Shiga-Kruse bacillus - Synonym(s): Shigella dysenteriae
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