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Microbiology Media Quality Control QC Checks

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Default Microbiology Media Quality Control QC Checks



Dear all,

I am currently in the process of validating a method for QC checks of in house prepared media. I have found several literature, using strains, which need to be diluted before preparing the working solutions.

Does anybody have a good experience on such methodology, and maybe suggest ways how to improve this?

Media that we commonly use: Tergitol, yeast Extract Agar, Slanetz and Bartley

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David
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