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Evaluation of a pre reduced anaerobically sterilized medium pras ii system for identification of anaerobic microorganisms

, : Evaluation of a pre reduced anaerobically sterilized medium pras ii system for identification of anaerobic microorganisms. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 16(3): 570-572

A prereduced, anaerobically sterilized system of tubed media (PRAS II) was evaluated for accuracy in the identification of anaerobic microorganisms. PRAS II was found to be a rapid and accurate identification system for obligate anaerobes which does not require the use of gas cannula inoculation or incubation in a special anaerobic environment.

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