monomicrobic

mon·o·mi·cro·bic

(mon'ō-mī-krō'bik),
Denoting a monoinfection.

monomicrobic

(mŏn″ō-mī-krō′bĭk)
Concerning organisms of a single species.
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Columbia agar base, supplemented with 5% (vol/vol) sheep blood, and MacConkey agar plates showed a monomicrobic culture constituted by catalase-positive and oxidase-positive gram-negative rods that did not grow under anaerobic conditions.
Bacterial identification based on 16S rDNA sequence analysis can be performed directly on monomicrobic blood cultures and can be completed within 36 hours at relatively low cost.