Microbiology

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    What is Virkon used for?

    Virkon™ S is versatile and can be used for non-porous hard surfaces, agricultural production equipment, vehicles, wheels, boot disinfection and…

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    What is virus tropism?

    Viral tropism is the ability of a given virus to productively infect a particular cell (cellular tropism), tissue (tissue tropism)…

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    What is Visa Staph aureus?

    VISA and VRSA are staphylococcal bacteria that are less susceptible (VISA) or are fully resistant (VRSA) to the antibiotic agent…

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    What is Vorticella supergroup?

    Vorticella is a genus of bell-shaped ciliates that have stalks to attach themselves to substrates. The stalks have contractile myonemes,…

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    What is VRBD agar?

    Violet Red Bile Lactose (VRBL) Agar (ISO) is for the detection and enumeration of coliforms in food, animal feed and…

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    What is warthin Starry stain used for?

    Warthin-Starry (WS) staining is an ancillary stain used in the detection of Helicobacter sp., spirochaete and other microorganisms in tissue…

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    What is Wayson stain test?

    The Wayson stain is a basic fuchsin-methylene blue, ethyl alcohol-phenol microscopic staining procedure. It was originally a modified methylene blue…

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    What is Weissella used for?

    Weissella koreensis These bacteria isolated from a Korean fermented food “kimchi” (Lee et al., 2002) was used as starter culture…

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    What is Xanthomonas Malvacearum?

    Xanthomonas citri pv. malvacearum is the causal agent of bacterial blight of cotton ( Gossypium hirsutum L.). Xanthomonas citri pv.…

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    What is Xanthomonas Manihotis?

    Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. manihotis is the pathogen that causes bacterial blight of cassava. Originally discovered in Brazil in 1912, the…

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