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Evaluation of a xylene substitute in Ehrlich indole test

, : Evaluation of a xylene substitute in Ehrlich indole test. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 24(5): 859-859

Hemo-De (PMP Medical Industries, Inc., Irving, Tex.) was evaluated and found to be a suitable substitute for xylene in the Ehrlich modification of the indole test.

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