Chromid

Chro´mid


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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These include CHROMagar StrepB (CHROMagar, France) ChromID Strepto B agar (bioMerieux, France) and the Granada medium (bioMerieux, France).
We streaked samples onto the surface of ChromID CPS agar (bioMerieux, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), and test results were negative for Cronobacter.
difficile GDH assay kit, GENE-UP diagnostic solution, ChromID Salmonella ELITE, and FilmArray Ebola test, among others.
(27) There are many commercial chromogenic agars that are supplemented with carbapenems and are currently used for detecting carbapenemase-producing bacteria: CHROMagar KPC (CHROMagar, France), chromID OXA-48, chrom ID Carba, Colorex KPC (Biomed Diagnostics, USA), Hardy CHROM (Hardy Diagnostics, USA), Ramba Chrom-KPC (Gibson Bioscience, USA), and Brilliance CRE (Thermo Diagnostics, USA).
Evaluation of risk factors in patients with vulvovaginal candidiasis and the value of chromID Candida agar versus CHROMagar Candida for recovery and presumptive identification of vaginal yeast species.
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.
HardyCHROM CRE Agar (Hardy Diagnostics) and chromID CARBA Agar (bioMerieux) were evaluated.
Out of 106, 54 (50.94%) 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.