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BBL™ Bile Esculin Agar Slants L007435 •Rev. 09 •January 2011 QUALITY CONTROL PROCEDURES I INTRODUCTION Bile Esculin Agar is a medium for the presumptive identification of Enterococcus species and the Streptococcus bovisgroup of
• Maintain strains on streak plates and check carefully for contaminants. • Restreak cultures on slants or plates about once a month. Related articles: Tips for Pouring and Storing Agar Plates Sterilizing Laboratory Materials for the Classroom Nutrient Broth, Plates and Slants Streaking Microbial Cultures ...
Nutrient agar (NA) plate cultures - Colonies on the NA plates should be studied with respect to their color and opacity (see NA slants above), and for their configuration, elevation, and margin (see Figure 3 on the following sheets).
Incubate the slants at 35° to 37°C and examine after 18 to 24 hours. Caps on all tubes of biochemicals should be loosened before incubation, but this is particularly important for KIA or TSI slants.
Consult appropriate texts for detailed information and recommended procedures. 9,10,13-16 XII AVAILABILITY Cat. No. Description 221413 BBL™Mycobactosel™ L-J Medium Slants, Pkg. of 10 size A tubes 221414 BBL™Mycobactosel™ L-J Medium Slants, Ctn. of 100 size A tubes 297181 BBL™Mycobactosel™ L-J ...
Microbiology Lab Experiment Changes. Experiment #: 2-3, 2-4 . Title: Growth Patterns: Slants & Broth (Cultural Characteristics) Live Organisms: Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Bacillius cereus, Micrococcus luteus, Mycobacterium phlei, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Chromobacterium ...
Lowenstein-Jensen Agar (LJ Slants) How does it work? Lowenstein-Jensen agar is a relatively simple formulation that requires the addition of supplements in order to support the growth of mycobacteria.
Lysine-agar slants as originally designed by Edwards and Fife (3) are used mainly to separate Salmonella and Ari zona strains fromthe Citrobacter group.
dextrose agar slants incubated at room temperature. A sterile stiff-wire inoculating needle wasinserted through the mineral oil layer, and a piece of fungus mycelium was