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-field gel electrophoresis EP Electrophoretic pattern MIC Minimum inhibitory concentration MIC 50 Minimum concentration of antimicrobial agent required to inhibit the growth of at least 50% of the bacteria tested MIC 90 Minimum

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, all 36 Salmonella isolates were inhibited at a concentration of 179 μg of QBAs/mL. Table 1— Minimum inhibitory concentration of QBAs for 36 Salmonella enterica isolates from swine.       No. of isolates inhibited

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mycobacteria in the inoculum and the rate of growth. The strategy for measuring the minimum inhibitory concentration is to determine the concentration of an agent that inhibits MAP growth by 90% and 99%. Thus, 90% and 99% growth inhibition corresponded to a

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study was unclear. The minimum inhibitory concentration of tinidazole against the T foetus isolate used for experimental infection (10 μg/mL) was 2 log-fold higher than that of the T foetus isolate of an earlier report (0.1 μg/mL). 8 Plasma

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walls of these organisms. 31 Tromethamine-EDTA in combination with antimicrobial agents in vitro has been evaluated for enhanced antimicrobial activity against gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria. 17,19–23 A decrease in the minimum inhibitory

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under the first moment curve BHIB Brain-heart infusion broth CL Caseous lymphadenitis C max Maximum concentration CPT Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis LC-MS-MS Liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry MIC Minimum inhibitory

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inhibitory concentration Footnotes a. Difco Laboratories Inc, Detroit, Mich. b. Becton, Dickinson and Co, Franklin Lakes, NJ. c. Sensititre Automated Microbiology System A80 panel, TREK Diagnostic Systems, Cleveland, Ohio. d. EQUIN1F equine

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approach. ABBREVIATIONS ETEC Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli MDR Multidrug resistant MIC Minimum inhibitory concentration STEC Shiga-toxin–producing Escherichia coli a. Sensititre MIC, TREK Diagnostic Systems Inc, Cleveland

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concentration thought to be effective at inhibiting growth of R equi . One possible explanation is that higher serum concentrations of gallium are actually needed to effectively kill or inhibit growth of R equi . Minimum inhibitory concentrations of gallium

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