citrate agar (Simmons)

citrate agar (Simmons)
an agar medium containing sodium citrate, sodium chloride, magnesium sulfate, bromthymol blue, and phosphate buffer, used to determine the ability of gram-negative bacilli, particularly the Enterobacteriaceae, to utilize citrate as the sole carbon source.

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