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Emb agar

Emb agar --> eosin-methylene blue agar

agar composed of peptone, lactose, and sucrose and containing eosin and methylene blue, used to distinguish between lactose-fermenting and non-lactose-fermenting gram-negative bacteria.

Synonym: emb agar.


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... Presumptive Test Confirmed Test Completed Test Sample Location Gas EMB Agar – Lactose Fermentation Gram Reaction Lactose Fermentation + - + - + Gram negative rods ...

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Fri Nov 30, 2012 12:44 am
 
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... - green - (so this is -) Gelatin showed no liquifaction, so this is - EMB agar - no reaction, so - Catalase - ( no bubbles) PAD Agar - not black, so - Vp - MR was orange...not ...

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by student2012
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Gram Positive Cocci

... as though it is a short fat bacilli) or irregular clusters. Blood Agar: Gamma hemolytic EMB: Colorless growth (does not ferment lactose) MS Agar: No growth TSI: Yellow butt, yellow ...

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by lucrezia03
Wed Oct 17, 2012 11:58 pm
 
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... Presumptive Test Confirmed Test Completed Test Sample Location Gas EMB Agar – Lactose Fermentation Gram Reaction Lactose Fermentation + - + - + Gram negative rods ...

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Fri Apr 13, 2012 9:58 pm
 
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... screwed up the deep stab slow urea hydrolysis, weak urease prod-urea agar citrate utilization-citrate test no glucose fermentation, degradation ... products with sucrose and lactose fermentation test-Phenol Red tests EMB test- gram negative SIM test- tryptophan broken down, indole positive, ...

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by anthony7
Sun Apr 01, 2012 9:21 pm
 
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