Aerobic Culture

Aerobic Culture

A bacterial culture in which growth is allowed to occur in a state of ambient—normal—oxygenation.
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Using blood culture system (bio Merieux BacT/ALERT 3D) Gram-positive cocci in clusters were isolated from set of the patient's blood cultures (bio Merieux BacT/ALERT FA aerobic culture bottles and BacT/ALERT FN anaerobic culture bottles).
Small [alpha]-hemolytic areas appeared on subcultures in horse blood agar after 5 days of aerobic culture; results of mass spectrometry performed on these areas were negative.
The samples received in the Department of Microbiology were processed for aerobic culture and antibiotic sensitivity testing during the study period.
culture obtained The patient was on ([BACTEC.sup.plus]/F, protocol therapy with aerobic culture bottle) azacitidine and nivolumab was flagged positive at for relapsed disease.
Aerobic culture of the mass grew a multidrugresistant Escherichia coli and was treated with amikacin.
Among 190 cases, 55 showed aerobic culture growth, therefore prevalence was 28.95%, more in non pregnant 37.8% (48/127) than pregnant 11.1% (7/63) women.
Knee sample Fluid appearance Culture Orders Arthrocentesis #1 Brown, purulent Aerobic & anaerobic cultures Arthrocentesis #2 Brown, purulent Aerobic culture hold for 7 days Synovial No description Aerobic & anaerobic operative tissue cultures x 4 Knee sample Laboratory Duration of Microbiologic incubation results Arthrocentesis #1 National 48 hours No growth commercial lab Arthrocentesis #2 National 72 hours No growth commercial lab Synovial MCHS-Waycross 10 days Veillonella sp.
Moisture stress which is more common in aerobic culture during flowering and grain filling increases spikelet sterility about 40 per cent.
For aerobic culture, the sample was inoculated on blood agar and MacConkey agar medium and incubated at 37C for 24 hours.
Rice performance in aerobic culture might be improved through manipulation that promotes lateral root branching and rhizogenesis as well as deep rooting (Kato and Okami, 2011).
Rice crop matured in intermittent flooded and drying condition enhanced paddy yield with combined micronutrients application as compared to aerobic culture and resulted in similar performance with flooded rice.
For aerobic culture, the number of aerobic gram-negative bacilli was reported as "aerobic gram-negative bacilli <[10.sup.5] CFU/mL" or "aerobic gram-negative bacilli [greater than or equal to][10.sup.5] CFU/mL." Yeast was reported when pure or predominant growth was noted.