bacterial culture


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bacterial culture

The growing of micro-organisms on a culture medium, such as agar, in an incubator kept at body temperature, for purposes of identification.
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salmonicida, which was determined by sacrificing 10 for bacterial culture of fluids and soft tissue homogenates.
Two other studies in Nigeria that employed bacterial culture identified only typhoidal salmonellosis as responsible for the typhoid fever in coinfected cases (3,31).
Remediated chips analyzed by atomic absorption analysis showed that the two-step remediation process of acid extraction followed by bacterial culture reduced residual copper, chromium, and arsenic in CCA chips treated to a retention of 6.
Your examination is fairly normal," he continued as he placed one sample of the expressed prostatic fluid on a culture plate for bacterial culture and another sample on a slide to examine under the microscope.
The bacterial culture media segment accounted for the larger share of the global microbiology culture market in 2014.
Bacterial culture and genetic sequencing from respiratory lesions identified Mycobacterium avium avium.
This mixture should be sprinkled on the seed and then bacterial culture be mixed with the seed and should be shaken for proper mixing.
Each bacterial culture was prepared and garlic added together in the fermentation tube.
Our objectives, therefore, were to quantify statewide STEC testing practice by proportion of stool specimens processed for bacterial culture and to determine the contribution of enhanced STEC testing practice to increased reported incidence of non-O157 STEC infections.
The inoculum was prepared by growing Acanthamoeba on non-nutrient agar (NNA) plates by feeding with live bacterial culture (Ma et al.
Bacterial vaginosis is known to be caused by a synergistic interaction between multiple bacterial species, both aerobic and anaerobic (1) but is not diagnosed by bacterial culture.