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An automated test for the detection of significant bacteriuria

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Aug 21, 1976

H H JohnstonG D Curtis

PMID: 73857

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A fully automated technique for the rapid detection of significant bacteriuria is described. The method, which depends on the detection of bacterial adenosine triphosphate (A.T.P.) by bioluminescence, was found to have better sensitivity than a conventional cultural technique which uses...read more

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Urine
Candida albicans
Genus staphylococcus
Bioluminescence Test
Bacteriological Techniques
Bacteriuria
Adenosine Triphosphate
Bioluminescence
Pseudomonas
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An automated test for the detection of significant bacteriuria

Lancet

Aug 21, 1976

H H JohnstonG D Curtis

PMID: 73857

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Abstract

A fully automated technique for the rapid detection of significant bacteriuria is described. The method, which depends on the detection of bacterial adenosine triphosphate (A.T.P.) by bioluminescence, was found to have better sensitivity than a conventional cultural technique which uses...read more

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