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antibiotic assay[¦an·tē‚bī¦äd·ik ′a‚sā]
A method for quantitatively determining the concentration of an antibiotic by its effect in inhibiting the growth of a susceptible microorganism.
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Table 6 represents the effect, standard error, t-value, P value, and confidence level of each component from the result of antibiotic assay
given in Table 2.
Grundy, "Preparation of agar wells for antibiotic assay
," Applied Microbiology, vol.
The accompanying Table I illustrates this difference in a hypothetical cost comparison for three antibiotic assay