Comparative recoveries of chlamydia from urethral specimens using glass vials and plastic microtiter plates.

Abstract

Urethral specimens known to contain Chlamydia were stored at -70 C in transport medium (2SP). For the test, circular glass coverslips were placed in the bottom of each culture vessel (glass shell vials and plastic microtiters plates [5 by 15 cm]) and seeded with McCoy's cells in medium containing 5-iodo-2-deoxyuridine. After 72 hours, cultures were… (More)

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@article{Smith1977ComparativeRO, title={Comparative recoveries of chlamydia from urethral specimens using glass vials and plastic microtiter plates.}, author={Trevor Fries Smith}, journal={American journal of clinical pathology}, year={1977}, volume={67 5}, pages={496-8} }