Recovery of anaerobic microorganisms from clinical specimens in prereduced media versus recovery by routine clinical laboratory methods.

@article{McMinn1970RecoveryOA,
  title={Recovery of anaerobic microorganisms from clinical specimens in prereduced media versus recovery by routine clinical laboratory methods.},
  author={M T McMinn and J J Crawford},
  journal={Applied microbiology},
  year={1970},
  volume={19 2},
  pages={207-13}
}
Prereduced anaerobically sterilized culture media, used with rigid adherence to the cultivation techniques described by Moore and his associates, were capable of recovering more than twice the number of anaerobic bacteria from clinical specimens than could be recovered by the conventional use of fluid thioglycolate medium and of blood-agar plates incubated anaerobically with hydrogen generation packets. No loss of clinical isolates was encountered with the more sensitive methods; however many… CONTINUE READING

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