Snyder test

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Sny·der test

(snī'dĕr),
a colorimetric test for determining dental caries activity or susceptibility based on the rate of acid production by acidogenic oral microorganisms (for example, lactobacillus) in a glucose medium, using bromcresol green as the indicator, and producing a color change from green to yellow.

Sny·der test

(snī'dĕr test)
A colorimetric procedure to determine dental caries activity or susceptibility based on the rate of acid production by acidogenic oral microorganisms (e.g., lactobacillus) in a glucose medium, using bromcresol green as the indicator, and producing a color change from green to yellow.

Snyder,

Marshall L., U.S. microbiologist, 1907-1969.
Snyder test - a colorimetric test for determining dental caries activity or susceptibility. Synonym(s): colorimetric caries susceptibility test

Sny·der test

(snī'dĕr test)
Colorimetric measurement for determining dental caries activity or susceptibility based on rate of acid production by acidogenic oral microorganisms (e.g., lactobacillus) in a glucose medium, using bromcresol green as the indicator, and producing a color change from green to yellow.