prereduced

pre·re·duced

(prē'rē-dūst'),
Pertaining to bacteriologic media that are boiled, tubed under oxygen-free gas with chemical reducing agents and colorimetric redox indicator in stoppered tubes or bottles, and then sterilized.
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difficile colonies were subcultured onto prereduced blood agar and identified by Gram stain, characteristic colony morphology, and smell.
Numerical analysis of multiple injection of pulverized coal, prereduced iron ore and flux with oxygen enrichment to the blast furnace.
For anaerobes, the material was plated on prereduced kanamycin-vancomycin agar plates, anaerobic blood agar plates, CNA plates and into brain heart infusion broth.
The AN MicroPlates and consumables are available in a conveniently prepared and prereduced format.
To counteract this adverse affect, media intended for anaerobes must first be prereduced and then anaerobically sterilized, poured, and sealed inside an anaerobic chamber.
Furthermore, working with anaerobes in ambient air frustrates the use of prereduced media.
Briefly, 5 g of each sample was cultured in 100 mL of prereduced brain-heart infusion (BHI) broth supplemented with cefoxitin (10 [micro]g/mL), cycloserine (250 [micro]g/mL), and taurocholate (0.
For each sample, 1 g of meat was added to two 10mL tubes of prereduced brain heart infusion (BD, Franklin Lakes, NJ, USA), which had been supplemented with 0.
Briefly, 4-5 g of each sample was added to 20 mL of prereduced CDMN broth and incubated anaerobically at 37[degrees]C for 10-15 days.