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Old 04-22-2012, 02:01 PM
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I have a rather starnge problem. I tested wild type Listeria monocytogenes strain EGDe and 3 mutant strains (out of which 2 strains are erythromycin resistant for Azithromycin resistance test by broth tube dilution method in DMEM media containing 0.5% FCS. The MIC values of the erythromycin resistant strains were the same when they were grown in DMEM containing 0.5% FCS and in TSB. However, the MIC values of the wild type starin and the other mutant strain were lower in case of DMEM as compared to TSB. Can someone plz explain the reason for this difference in MIC values between DMEM and TSB ?? Plz help ASAP !!
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Hi i came across few microbiology related e-books, they are quite informative and good for reference. ASMPress e-books have plenty of collections under Microbiology & more.This would definitely help you.
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Microbiology is they study of micro organisms or small living things

micro=small to where the naked eye can not see it
bio=living
ology= the study of something

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Calvin
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The word micro means "small"and bio mean "life" and loge mean "study". It is the branch of science which deal with the study of small little critters such as bacteria,virus,protozoa,fungi,algae e.t.c the branch of biology that studies microorganisms and their effects on humans.

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You can try ASM Press e-books.
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