Novy and MacNeal blood agar

No·vy and Mac·Neal blood a·gar

(nō'vē măk-nēl'),
a nutrient agar containing two volumes of defibrinated rabbit's blood; suitable for the cultivation of a number of trypanosomes.

No·vy and Mac·Neal blood a·gar

(nō'vē mak-nēl' blŭd ā'gahr)
A nutrient agar containing two volumes of defibrinated rabbit's blood; suitable for the cultivation of a number of trypanosomes.

MacNeal,

Ward J., U.S. bacteriologist, 1881-1946.
MacNeal tetrachrome blood stain - for blood smears.
Novy and MacNeal blood agar - see under Novy

Novy,

Frederick G., U.S. bacteriologist, 1864-1957.
Novy and MacNeal blood agar - a nutrient agar suitable for the cultivation of a number of trypanosomes.
Novy rat disease - a viral disease among experimental rats.