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chromogenic

 [kro″mo-jen´ik]
producing color or pigment.

chro·mo·gen·ic

(krō'mō-jen'ik),
1. Denoting a chromogen.
2. Relating to chromogenesis.

chro·mo·gen·ic

(krō'mō-jen'ik)
1. Denoting a chromogen.
2. Relating to chromogenesis.

chro·mo·gen·ic

(krō'mō-jen'ik)
1. Denoting a chromogen.
2. Relating to chromogenesis.
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In addition, CHROMagar has developed a new formulation of its COLOREX chromogenic media for the detection of Group A Strep to improve and simplify traditional culture methods.
Specifically, for chromogenic agars, the first question that is then asked is, "Is there something present now that was not present at time zero?" If the answer is yes, then the next question is, "What is the color of what is now present?" The final question that is asked is, "What hue is the color that is now present?" If the chromogenic media has growth, that growth is green, and the green colonies are the 'right' color (lime green for this particular media), then the Al tells you that the culture is presumptively positive.
The purpose of the present study is to compare the results of the chromogenic medium ChromID OXA-48 used for rapid detection of carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae (CPE) from clinical samples with disc diffusion method results as a screening test and to compare both methods with the phenotypic confirmatory test (Modified Hodge Test).
Prospective comparison of a new chromogenic medium, MRSA Select, to CHROMagar MRSA and mannitol-salt medium supplemented with oxacillin or cefoxitin for detection of MRSA.
A sample of 100 mL was collected from the surface water of the rotifers tank and analyzed by the microdot chromogenic method using CECC, CLM and Baird Parker agar to detect the presence of E.
The LAL test is further sub segmented in to chromogenic tests, turbidimetric tests, and gel clot tests.
The buyer has existing activities and knowledge in the field of chromogenic media, a strategic plan to expand its biotech business, and the capabilities to support CHROMagar's continued growth.
What makes the new Protos 3 outperform other commercial colony counters is the system's ability to count colonies in seconds and identify microbial species by their colour on chromogenic plates.
Laboratory A measured rivaroxaban concentration in plasma using 2 different chromogenic anti-Xa methods--the Coamatic heparin assay (DiaPharma, West Chester, Ohio) and the Berichrom heparin assay (Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics, Newark, Delaware)--as well as testing with a high-phospholipid content DRVVT (LA2 Confirmation Reagent, Siemens) on the BCS XP System coagulation analyzer (Siemens).
The problem of urine culture has been addressed by the introduction of chromogenic agar (CA) medium which is commercially available for two decades.