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Transport of specimens to be cultured for Bacteroides ureolyticus and Neisseria gonorrhoeae

Amies medium

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Transport medium for throat
swabs, pertusis swabs, culture
swabs, charcoal swabs,
nasopharyngeal swabs

Amies medium

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Transport medium for Gram negative and anaerobic organisms

Cary-Blair medium

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Preservation and transportation of Neisseria species and other fastidious organisms from the clinic to laboratory

Stuart's medium

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Cultivation and transport of fastidious microorganisms especially Neisseria species

Transgrow medium

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Fastidious and non fastidious

Brain Heart Infusion Broth/Agar

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Supports growth of anaerobes, aerobes, microaerophilic, and fastidious microorganisms

Thioglycollate broth

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Enrichment broth used for subculturing various bacteria from primary agar plates
Aerobes and fungi

Trypticase Soy Broth/Agar

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Cultivation of less fastidious microorganisms, can be enriched with blood or other biological fluids
Staphylococci and Enterobacteriaceae

Nutrient Agar/Broth

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Cultivation of non-fastidious organisms, determination of hemolytic reactions

Blood Agar

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Cultivation of fastidious microorganisms such as Haemophilus spp., Brucella spp., and pathogenic Neisseria spp.

Chocolate Agar

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Isolation and growth of Corynebacterium

Loeffler's Serum Agar

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Recovery of fastidious organisms and facilitate carbohydrate fermentation when testing gonococci
Microbes from spinal fluid

Dextrose Ascitic Fluid AGAR

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Detection of deoxyribonuclease activity of bacteria and fungi, and especially for
identification of pathogenic Staphylococci


DNA Agar

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Detection of lecithinase and lipase production and proteolytic activity of certain obligate anaerobes and in the presumptive identification of various Clostridium, Fusobacterium , and Prevotella spp.

Egg Yolk Agar

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Investigate the presence of proteolytic microorganisms, as evidenced by the liquefaction
of gelatin. The liquefaction rate is important in the characterization of
Enterobacteriaceae family groups and other groups of microorganisms

Gelatin Medium

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For sensitivity tests on antibiotics and sulfamides, and for the primary isolation of Neisseria and other pathogens from clinical samples

Mueller Hinton Agar/Broth

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Propagation of Chlamydia spp.



McCoy Cells

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Cultivation of M. leprae

Foot Pad of Mice or Armadillo

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Chlamydia, rickettsiae, virus

EMbryonated Egg

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Screening for Escherichia coli strains with invasive potential

HeLa Cell

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