laked blood

laked blood

[lākt]
Etymology: Fr, laque, a deep red color
blood that is clear, red, and homogenous because of hemolysis of the red blood cells, as may occur in poisoning and severe extensive burns.
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Bone tissue and anaerobic swabs were also inoculated onto a Brucella Blood Agar, Brucella Laked Blood Agar with Kanamycin and Vancomycin (LKV), and Brucella Blood Agar with Phenylethyl Alcohol (PEA).
Growth was observed on anaerobic phenylethyl alcohol agar; attempts to grow the organisms on kanamycin-vancomycin laked blood and bacteroides bile esculin agars (PML Microbiologicals) failed.