This study evaluates the distribution of BHS isolates in perianal bacterial cultures
Excessive bacterial culture
was blotted following the transfer of co-cultivated callus on filter paper sheets placed on CIM plates and incubated in dark for three days in controlled temperature (25 1C).
pylori antigens detection in gastric mucosa specimens was the most consistent with bacterial culture
, and the least consistent with histological examination (Table 2).
For the diagnosis of spontaneous bacterial peritonitis the polymorphonuclear leucocytes (PMN) from the ascitic fluid obtained by paracentesis must exceed = 250 cell/mm3 and from bacterial culture
only one pathogenic microorganism must be isolated.
The comparing of direct AFS with Ogawa's bacterial culture
to perform tuberculosis diagnosis [dissertation].
The dense bacterial culture
is requirement for preparation of cost effective multivalent vaccines against microbial diseases of cattle and buffaloes.
To compensate for the limitations of bacterial culture
, where resources are available, rt-PCR can be used to enhance the sensitivity of laboratory-supported bacterial meningitis surveillance (9).
The pDNA fingerprints can be easily analyzed and compared before and after plasmid propagation by bacterial culture
The bacterial cultures
were revived and grown at their pre -optimized conditions as described elsewhere (Bano, 2008) .
and colleagues at Kinki University School of Medicine, Osaka-Sayama, Japan, compared real-time PCR using corneal scrapings to bacterial culture
for the detection of six common bacteria and fungi in 40 eyes of 40 patients diagnosed with corneal ulcer.
bovis including bacterial culture
, microscopic examination and molecular typing.
Macerated food waste in the form of a broth is fed into a reactor tank that contains a bacterial culture
that digests the food.
Total sebum lipids (2- 4 mg/ml), sonicated into bacterial culture
medium, caused 4- to 5-fold log reduction in growth of gram-positive bacteria, Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus salivarius and the anaerobe Fusobacterium nucleatum, but was ineffective against most gram-negative bacteria.
A larger volume of hemolymph could have been drawn but was unnecessary for bacterial culture
and a minimal volume intuitively created less stress for the animal.
However, because bacterial culture
is the only certain method of diagnosis and cultures take time to return results, most patients received antibiotic therapy presumptively.