brain-heart infusion agar

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brain-heart in·fu·sion a·gar

a medium used for the isolation of fastidious microorganisms, especially fungi.

brain-heart infusion agar

An agar used in diagnostics for the primary recovery of fungi and fungus-like organisms—e.g., Cryptococcus neoformans, Actinomyces spp—from clinical specimens.
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cereus sources and also when others used 20-fold concentrated VCP (culture filtrate) of Bacteriodes fragilis produced in brain-heart infusion medium for 48 hr at 37 [degrees] C in 1-hr assays with HT29 (C1 clone line) (33).