enrichment medium

enrichment medium

[in′rich·mənt ‚mē·dē·əm]
(microbiology)
A liquid cultural medium of a given composition which permits preferential emergence of certain organisms that initially may have made up a relatively minute proportion of a mixed inoculum.
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The double resistance enrichment medium (3) consists of 1 ml of 100 mg/ml double resistance solution (penicillin and streptomycin) per 100 ml YEPD medium.
ussuriensis Maxim fruit were cut using a sterile knife and placed in the double resistance enrichment medium.
The enrichment medium used for bacterial isolation was composed of sludge extract and nutrient broth in the ratio of 1:2.
When using a detection system, a proper selective enrichment medium is needed to detect multiple pathogens in a food sample.
Following 4 days of incubation, the enrichment medium became noticeably more turbid as a result of cell growth in all tubes except those inoculated with sediments from sites 21 and 41 (no detectable TCE degradation at these sites).
For all three packages (steak, butterfly cut, and sausage pieces), a combined weight of 25 g frozen meat shavings were macerated, incubated in enrichment medium, and immunomagnetically separated (IMS), according to the manufacturers' instructions (Dynal, Inc.
Addition of serum to the enrichment medium used to culture V.
It then also serves as a selective enrichment medium for the isolation of E.
Fraser Broth is traditionally used as a secondary enrichment medium for the isolation of all Listeria species.