Lowenstein-Jensen culture medium

Lo·wen·stein-Jen·sen cul·ture me·di·um

(lŏr'vĕn-stīn yen'sĕn),
primary mycobacterial recovery media composed of fresh whole eggs, defined salts, glycerol, potato flour, and malachite green (as an inhibitory agent).
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tuberculosis was isolated from Lowenstein-Jensen culture medium of the abscess material on the 45th days of inoculation.
This specimen was also inoculated to Lowenstein-Jensen culture medium.
A part of each sample was inoculated on Lowenstein-Jensen culture medium and examined after 3-8 weeks for mycobacterial growth (10).