Principles of Biochemical Tests in Diagnostic Microbiology
Acetate utilization. Arginine dihydrolase. Bile Solubility. Catalase. Citrate utilization. Coagulase. Deaminase tests. Decarboxylase tests. Deoxyribunuclease (DNAse) test. Esculin hydrolysis. Gelatin liquefaction. luconate oxidation. Hippurate hydrolysis. Hidrogen sulfide. (H2S) production. Indole test. Lecithinase. Malonate utilization. Methyl red (MR) test. Nitrate reduction. ONPG test. Optochin inhibition. Oxidase test. Phosophatase. Starch hydrolysis. Urease test. Voges-proskauer (VP) test. Test procedures.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
13 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
8-galactosidase according to manufacturer's acetate added aerogenes agar alkaline amino acid ammonia anaerobic Appl arginine arginine dihydrolase Bact bacteria bile solubility biochemical Blazevic broth butylene glycol carbon catalase citrate citrulline Clin Clinical Microbiology coagulase coli colonies control tube culture cysteine cytochrome deamination detection determine Diagnostic Microbiology differentiation dium DNase Enterobacter Enterobacteriaceae enzyme esculin esculin hydrolysis Ewing fermentation ferric chloride gelatin liquefaction glucose growth hemolytic streptococci hippurate hydrolysis hydrogen hydrolysis hydrolyzed identification Incubate at 35°C indicator indole inhibition Inoculate Kovacs laboratory lecithinase lysine lysine decarboxylase lysis malonate manufacturer's directions medium containing metabolism methyl red Microbiol Moeller negative ninhydrin nitrate reduction ONPG optochin organic acids ornithine oxidase oxidase test oxidized Pathol peptone perfringens phenylalanine phosphatase plate pneumococci positive test procedure Pseudomonas purple Rapid Method reaction reagent red color REFERENCE salts serum slant sodium hippurate specific starch streptococci substrate tryptophane urease utilize yellow zone