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any culture medium that uses agar as the gelling agent

a colloidal extract of algae

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Agar gel immunodiffusion test for diagnosis of clinical paratuberculosis in cattle.
As a result, the line of precipitation in agar gel was detected in all dimples; the activity of IgG was not less than 1:32.
Comparison of comercial enzyme-linked inmunoabsorbent assay and agar gel inmunodiffusion test for the serodiagnosis of equine infectious anemia.
Agar gel precipitation test done to confirm the presence of the virus in the embryos yielded faint precipitation lines which, though hardly visible, were present in all the passages.
To determine the concentration of extract in the agar from the initial deployment until the end of the experiment, six tissue-culture multi-well plates with agar gel containing extract and controls were prepared and deployed.
Citrate agar gel electrophoresis demonstrated a variant Hb in all 8 specimens (100%), which migrated between Hb A and Hb F, as previously described for Hb Austin (Figure 1).
A propriedade de origem dos caprinos, localizada na regiao administrativa de Sao Sebastiao, Distrito Federal, foi inspecionada e foi colhido sangue de vinte femeas jovens e adultas de um rebanho de setenta animais, para realizacao do exame de imunodifusao em agar gel (IDGA) (ABREU et al.
O diagnostico do VLB foi dado por provas sorologicas (imunodifusao em agar gel e ELISA) utilizando a glicoproteina gp51 como antigeno.
Samples will be collected using sterile Amies Agar Gel Swabs (Copan Diagnostics Inc.
Layers inoculated with the LPAIV A/Bobwhite Quail/Pennsylvania/20304/98 (H7N2) were tested for antibody levels in the serum and egg yolk by using the agar gel immunodiffusion test (AGID), hemagglutination-inhibition test (HI), anda commercially available enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA).
Agar Gel Immunodiffusion (AGID) Test (after six months of age): Detects circulating antibodies in the blood.
However, the following peculiarities should be taken into consideration when applying such a method: the contact between the tested material and the agar, the weight, size and molecular shape of the antimicrobial agent, the agar gel texture, and the ionic concentration of the medium.
The agar gel (MHA) is treated with the appropriate microorganism suspension (each microorganism was inoculated at a concentration of ca 106 colony forming units per ml, and the antimicrobial activity of extracts that penetrate into the agar by diffusion is measured.