thioglycolic acid

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thioglycolic acid

[¦thī·ō·glī′käl·ik ′as·əd]
(organic chemistry)
HSCH2COOH A liquid with a strong unpleasant odor; used as a reagent for metals such as iron, molybdenum, silver, and tin, and in bacteriology. Also known as mercaptoacetic acid.
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All blood specimens were put into thioglycolate broth and subcultured after overnight incubation on 5% blood agar, Mac Conkey agar and Chocolate agar plates and incubated overnight at 37[degrees]C aerobically.
The medium used for isolation and cultivation of strains grown on Thioglycolate Agar (TGA) medium and was prepared as follows; 15 g/L pancreatic digest of casein, 5.5 g/L dextrose, 5 g/L yeast extract, 2.5 g/L sodium chloride, 0.5 g/L sodium thioglycolate, 0.5 g/L L-cystine, 1 mg/L resazurin, 75 g/L agar with final pH 7 (29).
The samples were cultured in thioglycolate medium, Blood agar and MacConkey's agar to detect aerobic and other bacteria.
difficile culture, as follows (4): 2 g of each sample were incubated in thioglycolate broth for seven days under anaerobic atmosphere.
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perfringens grown in fluid thioglycolate medium (FTH), which contains sodium thioglycolate and L-cysteine [21].
Secondly, 0.9 gram of dibutyltin bis-(isooctyl thioglycolate) (1.5 wt% in comparison with PVC weight) was then added to the above mixture.
Fungal cultures grown in thioglycolate broth were used as primary inoculums.