Oct 1, 1975

Use of lincomycin, methicillin and ristomycin in the nutrient media for isolating pathogenic intestinal microorganisms

Antibiotiki
N I GiventalE Sh Lobacheva

Abstract

Elective-differentiating solid nutrient media for simultaneous isolation of Vibrioes, Salmonella and Shigella were developed. Antibiotics active against grampostive microflora and dry bile salts inhibiting the growth of Proteus were used as the inhibitors of the growth of the accompanying microflora. The medium was lincomycin and the bile salts may be prepared in a dry form.

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Microorganism
Bile Acid Measurement
Cholera Infantum
Alkalescens-Dispar Group
Antibiotic throat preparations
Pathogenic Organism
Antifungal Antibiotics, Topical
Proteus Syndrome
Metin
Ristomycin

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