Bacterial cultures showing growth were processed for sub-culturing, biochemical testing
and gram staining for identification.
MALDI-TOF, biochemical testing
, and 16S ribosomal RNA gene sequencing
showed PRL and GH deficiencies in all cases.
Centrifuging blood and harvesting the plasma from the ultracentrifuged microhematocrit tubes appears to be an appropriate means of obtaining sufficient sample volumes to perform plasma biochemical testing
on patients as small as 50 g.
It therefore will enhance the MALDI Biotyper database as well as determine if the Bruker MALDI Biotyper platform can partially or fully replace the labourious traditional biochemical testing
currently used by JMI Laboratories.
The conventional biochemical testing
of the 3,949 Mycobacteria spp.
AFB positive cultures were identified using conventional biochemical testing
(niacin accumulation, nitrate reduction, Tween 80 hydrolysis, arylsulfatase test) .
Only 3/21 (14.3%) patients were diagnosed by biochemical testing
. Discussion: This observational study suggests an increasing number of incidental pheochromocytomas.
Jenkins and his ARS colleagues ASABE member Dinku Endale and Dwight Fisher at Watkinsville combined techniques previously developed to assess water quality and detect pathogens in laboratory settings: a water filtration technique to concentrate the pathogens, a special medium for growing and measuring the number of pathogenic cells, a biochemical testing
process, and PCR technology.
Morris in 1979, focuses on advanced chemical and biochemical testing
, as well as GLP/GMP contract analytical services based on mass spectrometry and chromatography.
SGS has acquired M-Scan, a group of chemical analysis labs that provides advanced chemical and biochemical testing
, GLP/GMP contract analytical services, and consultancy and training based on mass spectrometry and chromatography.