Validation of an automated colony counting system for group A Streptococcus


The practice of counting bacterial colony forming units on agar plates has long been used as a method to estimate the concentration of live bacteria in culture. However, due to the laborious and potentially error prone nature of this measurement technique, an alternative method is desirable. Recent technologic advancements have facilitated the development… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/s13104-016-1875-z


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