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Answer / mahi bhargav
EMB Agar,Brilliant green lactose bile broth
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Answer / yasodha
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Answer / nilekha
EMB AGAR ENDO AGAR AND BRILLIANT GREEN LACTOSE BILE BROTH
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Answer / pseudomonas
only mpn in the sense only the presumptive test..so the
media used is tryptone broth..
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Answer / sharmal kumar. m
Macconkey Broth, EMB agar or Endo agar, Brilliant green
lactose bile broth.
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Answer / pankaj
Media used for MPN analysis is LSTB or MacConkey. Further
BGLB is used for confirmation of Coliforms in the sample.
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Answer / annika
MPN is statistically derived bacterial concentration from
replicated enrichment of serial dilutions, what media you
use depent on what species/group you want to enumerate
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Answer / nidhi sharma
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