sodium chloride (6.5 per cent) culture medium

sodium chloride (6.5 per cent) culture medium
a broth medium containing beef heart infusion, peptone, and 6.5 per cent sodium chloride, used for the selective culture of enterococci (especially group D streptococci) and other salt-tolerant organisms. Nutrient broth or soybean-casein digest agar supplemented with 6.5 per cent sodium chloride is also used for Pseudomonas and other nonfermenting gram-negative bacteria.

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