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1.which bacteria show up on gram stained fecal smear but are not visible on BAP,MacConkey,XLD,HE, or bile esculin agar plates? 2.why do we use GN

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1.which bacteria show up on gram stained fecal smear but are not visible on BAP,MacConkey,XLD,HE, or bile esculin agar plates?

2.why do we use GN broth?

3.why is MacConkey agar described as being differential and selective

 

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1.which bacteria show up on gram stained fecal smear but are not visible on BAP,MacConkey,XLD,HE, or bile esculin agar... View the full answer

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GN is selective enrichment of gram-negative enteric organisms e.g salmonella mcConkey is Selective media because it allows... View the full answer

 1, Shigella specie s 2.GN Broth is used for the selective enrichment of Salmonella and Shigella 3. mcConkey is Selective... View the full answer

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    • franuor1
    • Jul 20, 2016 at 1:41pm

This question was asked on Jul 19, 2016 and answered on Jul 19, 2016.

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