n.1.(Zool.) One of the Chromidæ, a family of fresh-water fishes abundant in the tropical parts of America and Africa. Some are valuable food fishes, as the bulti of the Nile.
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Isolation of Clostridium difficile from faecal specimens--A comparison of chromID C.
Culture of urine specimens by use of chromid CPS elite medium can expedite Escherichia coli identification and reduce hands-on time in the clinical laboratory.
94%) isolates were resistant to vancomycin as determined by disc diffusion test and culturing on ChromID VRE agar.
6) Original swabs were inoculated on selective/chromogenic ChromID agar (bioMerieux, Brazil) for reading after 24 h (ChromID-24h) and 48 h (ChromID-48h) of incubation.
Four different chromogenic agar culture plates: CHROMagar[TM] StrepB, ChromID, Oxoid Granada, and StrepB Select, were compared with 5% Columbia blood agar and routine laboratory detection.
Las muestras se obtuvieron mediante frotis nasal, las cuales fueron transportadas en el medio Stuart, y posteriormente cultivadas en agar sangre de carnero, con una siembra por agotamiento, en una atmosfera de 5 al 10% de CO2 a 37[grados]C, durante 24 a 48 horas y en agar cromogenico Chromid MRSA de BioMerieux.
and ChromID ESBL agar (BM; bioMerieux, Marcy l'Etoile, France).
dagger]) ChromID MRSA-Plates (bioMerieux, Marcy-l'Etoile, France).
In a recent study, the authors tested another chromogenic media named chromID VRE (Biomerieux, Marcy-l'Etoile, France).
Use of ChromID ESBL medium for detecting carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae.
chromID CPS medium (bioMerieux, Nurtingen, Germany) was injected with 10 [micrp]L of urine.