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A simple method for the primary isolation of Mycobacterium in a carbon dioxide atmosphere
(Health & Medical Publishing Group, 1974)
A simple, inexpensive method which provides increased CO2 tension for the primary isolation of mycobacteria is described. Using this technique, the primary isolation of mycobacteria from 1114 specimens of sputum, gastric ...
Comparison of quantitative techniques including Xpert MTB/RIF to evaluate mycobacterial burden
Introduction: Accurate quantification of mycobacterial load is important for the evaluation of patient infectiousness, disease severity and monitoring treatment response in human and in-vitro laboratory models of disease. ...