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Simplified sugar fermentation plate technique for identification of Neisseria gonorrhoeae


, : Simplified sugar fermentation plate technique for identification of Neisseria gonorrhoeae. Applied Microbiology 27(2): 416-417

A simplified sugar fermentation technique incorporating (i) a glucose and (ii) a maltose, lactose, and sucrose plate was developed for confirming large numbers of Neisseria gonorrhoeae cultures.


Accession: 006418087

PMID: 4207283

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