• Antibiotic Sensitivity
    dilution test, how is it used to determine susceptibility? I. Define the following: a. Minimum Inhibitory Concentration (MIC) b. Zone of Inhibition J. What were the results of your Kirby-Bauer test for S. epidermidis?...
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  • Antibiotic Sensitivity Lab
    antimicrobial agent that is capable of preventing growth of the organism undergoing the tube dilution test b. Zone of Inhibition: this is the area surrounding the high potency disk of a chemotherapeutic agent where growth is inhibited in an agar diffusion test. J. What were the results of...
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  • Bacterial Investigation Concerning Antibiotic Resistance and Production and Biofilm Formation
    . Figure 2a-2d show the results of the Kirby Bauer test. For both S. lentus and S. epidermidis, zones of inhibition were present for the following antibiotics: Streptomycin, Tetracycline, Erythromycin and Chloramphenicol. Sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprin, Penicillin, and Ampicillin all showed no zone of...
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  • Evaluation of Effectivities of Soaps
    also confirmed. Gram +ve Rods Gram+ne cocci gram –ve Rods Gram –ve cocci 4.6: Procedure for confirmation of Bacteria Biochemical test were performed. As a result...
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  • Microbiology Labs
    efflux (pumping) of the drug out of the cell before it can damage the micro-organism What were the results of your Kirby-Bauer test for S. epidermidis? Small zones up to several mm. Antibiotic Resistant Intermediate Susceptible Gentamicin against gram-negative bacteria Intermediate...
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  • A Heart on the Rise
    Title : Identifying Skin Flora Abstract: The identification a skin flora was tested in this lab experiment. This was done using the streak plate method , smearing, gram staining and Kirby- Bauer method. The bacteria were observed on agar plates and also under a microscope (gram staining). From...
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  • Antibiotic Sensitivity
    mechanism of antimicrobial resistance. Penicillin can be rendered ineffective by an alteration mutation that disrupts the target protein. The Kirby-Bauer test is an agar diffusion test used to identify bacterial susceptibilities. When S. epidermidis is exposed to antibiotic disc materials of Novobiocin...
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  • Uknown Microorganism Lab Report
    bacteria include: Lysol, Basic G, Clorox, and Assist QT. Susceptibility of resistibility of the unknown bacteria to these antibiotics and disinfectants were tested and measured using the chart on page 125 and the Kirby-Bauer test procedures in the Willgoh and Bleakly lab manual as a reference (2...
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  • Medical Microbiology
    to increased resistance. The way to determine the effectiveness of a given antibiotic is the subject of this lab. The procedure you will be learning is called the Kirby-Bauer antibiotic sensitivity test, also known as the disc diffusion test. You will be determining the resistance or sensitivity of...
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  • Micro
    , staphylococcus, tetrad, etc. Gram stain reaction Positive Endospore stain results No spores produced Catalase test results Positive Oxidase test results Negative Identification of Unknown 11. Name of the unknown organism- Genus and species. (10 pts.) Staphylococcus epidermidis 12...
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  • Mico Analysis
    Microbiology Abstract: The purpose of this lab was to use the Kirby-Bauer method to test the sensitivity of Staphylococcus epidermis of specific areas on a petri dish. The antibiotics were gentamicin, novobiacin, and penicillin. This resembled a culture and sensitivity test that is preformed at...
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  • Anatomy & Physiology Chp 22 Quiz
    and the S. epidermidis. In the test tube with L. acidophilus and MRS broth, a thickened sediment formed and turbidity resulted when the contents in the tube were swirled. Under the microscope I could see large individual microbes. In the test tube with S. epidermidis, a thick pellicle formed on...
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  • Banana Extract
    data collection used Results from the aforementioned tests were determined through observation of the presence or absence of microbial growth in the agar plate for the Kirby-Bauer method, as well as in the series of test tubes for MIC. The observation method is the preferred method in the...
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  • Microbiology
    : ————————————————————— Proteins, Amino Acids, and Enzymes VI: Coagulase and DNase Activity 1. Complete the following table on coagulase and DNase activity. Biochemical Results S. aureus S. epidermidis Coagulase test (+ or –) DNase test (+ or...
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  • The Efficacy of Takip-Kohol (Centalla Asiatica) Leaves Extract as an Antibacterial Agent Against Escherichia Coli, Staphylococcus Aureus and Salmonella Enteritidis.
    disks as well as conditions of incubation, measurement, and interpretation of results. METHODOLOGY Research Design and Methods The researchers used Kirby-Bauer Method. Three bacteria: Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus and Salmonella enteritidis were used for the study. Gentamicin was used...
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  • TYYE
    Kirby-Bauer Test for Bacterial Resistance to Particular Antibiotics The Kirby-Bauer Test is a standardized method to establish whether a particular strain of a bacterial species is susceptible or resistant to one or more antibiotics. The test is based on the size of a zone of inhibition, or...
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  • Aseptic Technique Lab
    . acidophilus will not grow sufficiently in nutrient media. I. Describe your microscopic observations of the cultures. Specimens of S. epidermidis were spherical like in shape and grouped together in a cluster. In the direct stain the specimen was shaded a magenta/purple color. Specimens of L...
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  • Proteus Vulgaris Antibiotic Sensitivity Assay
    /laureates/1945/fleming-lecture.pdf+fleming+penicillin+story&hl=en&gl=us&pid=bl&srcid=ADGEESjn7kEg4LLGLvpDTeso_jNk7hWEXHD0DkjWz2sf_W9udjM-iq0clYH3YHmPI2y1WD97F Hudzicki, J. (2012, March 29). Kirby-Bauer Disk Diffusion Susceptibility Test Protocol. Retrieved June 28, 2012, from American Society for...
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  • Micro
    Testing (Kirby-Bauer) • Zones of growth inhibition are measured (mm) • Zone size is referenced to CLSI (NCCLS) interpretive chart • Qualitative (categorical) results = S, I, R • Advantages • firmly established method • relatively inexpensive • flexible drug selection 68 Disk diffusion...
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  • The Antibacterial Effect of Papaya Leaves Extract on Staphylococcus Episdermidis
    Staphylococcus epidermidis. Specifically, the researcher sought to answer the following sub-problems: 1) What are the active constituents present in Papaya leaves extract? 2) What is the level of effectiveness of Papaya leaves extract on Staphylococcus epidermidis? 3) Is there any significant difference...
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