Lowenstein-Jensen medium

Lo·wen·stein-Jen·sen cul·ture me·di·um

(lŏr'vĕn-stīn yen'sĕn),
primary mycobacterial recovery media composed of fresh whole eggs, defined salts, glycerol, potato flour, and malachite green (as an inhibitory agent).

Lowenstein-Jensen medium

one containing eggs for the cultivation of mycobacteria.
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All enrolled index case-patients and household contacts evaluated for active TB were assessed by sputum smear microscopy with Ziehl-Neelsen staining and culture on solid Lowenstein-Jensen medium.
Comparison of the Automated Mycobacteria Growth Indicator Tube System (BACTEC 960/MGIT) with Lowenstein-Jensen medium for recovery of mycobacteria from clinical specimens.
The material needs to be processed for bacilloscopy, culture in Lowenstein-Jensen medium, and BACTEC technique.
They compared the results of the assay to those based on the absolute drug concentration method in Lowenstein-Jensen medium.
Materials and Methods: Antituberculosis drug susceptibility testing of 50 MDR-TB isolates particularly for SLDs, namely p-aminosalicylic acid, ciprofloxacin, amikacin, d-cycloserine, kanamycin, and ethionamide, was conducted on solid Lowenstein-Jensen medium using the 1% proportion sensitivity method.
Lot 4 - Supply of Food Lowenstein-Jensen medium, ready for use in a test tube with screw cap with gasket with written expiry date on each tube.
The sputa of sputum smear negative cases were inoculated on Lowenstein-Jensen medium culture medium to isolate the organism and correlate the culture positivity and negativity in smear negative cases.
the Mycobacterium is cultured on the Lowenstein-Jensen medium.
Bacterial culture taken on first day was negative but Lowenstein-Jensen medium showed growth of acid fast organisms on 3rd day (Figure2).
Dilution protocol of bile acids in Lowenstein-Jensen medium Lowenstein-Jensen medium with bile acid additives Lithocolic acid Cholic acid (mg/ml) (mg/ml) Dilution 1 2 32 Dilution 2 1 16 Dilution 3 0.
The positive liquid cultures were subcultured in the solid Lowenstein-Jensen medium and incubated at 37[degrees]C.
Thus, drug resistance at OAT in 54% of cases was verified by postoperative material bacteriological culturing into Lowenstein-Jensen medium and conducting drug sensitivity test to determine the sensitivity to the drugs of the first line.