plate culture


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plate culture

n.
A culture or culture medium contained in a flat transparent dish and used chiefly for growing microorganisms.
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Compared with 2D plate culture, the BMSCs in the Matrigel exhibited more connections with surrounding cells, and separated cell clusters can be seen (Figures 2(a) and 2(b)).
The conventional non-MDx workflow for sepsis diagnosis is blood culture (BC) (with various approaches to number and types of BC bottles to collect, in an effort to not be misled by insignificant transient bacteremias or sampling contamination), followed by traditional microbiology workup (plate culture for identification and antibiotic susceptibility determination) on positive BCs.
stercoralis larvae in stool by Baermann-Moraes and Agar Plate Culture (APC) methods.
concisus strains were determined using a plate culture method.