Phenotypic DST was performed by using the BACTEC Mycobacteria Growth Indicator Tube and Lowenstein-Jensen medium
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.
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.
(LJM) was prepared according to the method described by Laidlaw (12).
, or in liquid culture using the BD MGIT[TM] system.
Samples streaked on Lowenstein-Jensen medium
at 32[degrees]C and 37[degrees]C for 4 weeks formed smooth, creamy, yolk yellow colonies (Figure, panel C); however, such colonies did not grow at 25[degrees]C and 45[degrees]C.
tuberculosis complex was done on Lowenstein-Jensen medium
(with and without pyruvate).
has usually been used for culture of M.
Colonies on Lowenstein-Jensen medium
supplemented with 1.
Isolates were tested for drug susceptibility by the Canetti method on Lowenstein-Jensen medium
supplemented with isoniazid, rifampicin, ethambutol, streptomycin, amikacin, and pyrazinamide (6).
bovis shows a dysgonic colony shape on Lowenstein-Jensen medium
, is negative for niacin accumulation and nitrate reduction, is susceptible to thiophene-2-carboxylic acid hydrazide (TCH), and shows microaerophilic growth on Lebek medium (1-3).
Culture for common bacteria and fungi was negative, but culture of a sterile nodule aspirate on Lowenstein-Jensen medium
was positive for acid-fast bacteria after 5 weeks.