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organization to take into account these cutoffs to select a regional or an international breakpoint. ABBREVIATIONS AMR Antimicrobial resistance AST Antimicrobial susceptibility testing AUC Area under the curve CL/F Apparent clearance as a

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researchers to make comparisons and correlations with in vitro data on frequency distributions of susceptibility results reported here. ABBREVIATIONS AST Antimicrobial susceptibility testing CLSI Clinical and Laboratory Standards

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. Identification of bacterial isolates was performed by use of conventional microbiological methods with spot tests, tubed media, and bacterial identification strips. i The broth microdilution method was used to perform antimicrobial susceptibility testing in

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parameters based on 0.5% of optimization and band-matching tolerance. Representative isolates from each PFGE type were submitted to National Veterinary Services Laboratories for serotyping. 26 Measurement of MIC —Antimicrobial susceptibility testing of each

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aerobic bacterial culture was documented for 3,096 (13.2%) visits, and positive results of culture and subsequent antimicrobial susceptibility testing were obtained for 1,808 visits (7.7%). Table 2— Number (%) of visits by the animals of Figure 1

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designed to evaluate various sampling strategies that could be used when investigating antimicrobial resistance in dairy herds. Culture and antimicrobial susceptibility testing —Fecal samples were processed for culture and isolation of NTSEC within 1 hour

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identify patient samples from ornamental fish that had been submitted for bacterial culture and antimicrobial susceptibility testing between 2010 and 2017. Aeromonas hydrophila, Aeromonas spp, Vibrio spp, and Pseudomonas spp isolates were tested by

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, Midwest, and Northeast. Antimicrobial susceptibility testing with and without EPI —Antimicrobial susceptibility testing was performed by use of custom-made microdilution susceptibility plates, d according to Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute

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addition of sterile distilled water). Stock solutions were stored (up to 2 months) at −70°C until used. Antimicrobial susceptibility testingAntimicrobial susceptibility tests were performed with agar dilution as described by the Clinical and Laboratory

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laryngoplasty or has a history of pneumonia). Also, antimicrobial susceptibility tests of bacteria in the TBAs and fecal samples after transportation will be performed regularly in the future to monitor for emergence of enrofloxacin-resistant bacteria

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