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According to Caillet and Lacroix [6], the minimum inhibitory concentrations of the oils are not identical towards the target germs and even compared to the desired effect during their use in various fields.
The broth dilution method was employed for the determination of the MIC and MBC using the procedures reported by Denis and Kumar (1998), with little modifications, were used for the broth dilution method and determination of the minimum inhibitory concentration of the oil.
The minimum inhibitory concentrations (MIC) of fluoroquinolones for these isolates were determined by an agar dilution method.
The minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) and minimum bacterial concentration (MBC) values were also studied for the 70% extract and it showed activity (Table 2).
The patient's isolate exhibited an ampicillin minimum inhibitory concentration of 32 mg/ml, indicating the potential for achieving a therapeutic effect with high-dose therapy, and the Q/D minimal bactericidal concentration was relatively low (1.
Bacterial found in the calves' feces were then isolated, and various tests, such as Minimum Inhibitory Concentration, Oxidase, and API tests were performed on them to identify the bacteria and test their resistant to ceftriaxone.
Since vancomycin exhibits time-dependent killing of susceptible bacteria, the concentration of the drug must be maintained above the minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) for the majority of the dosing interval (4).
The standard, says Paul Tulkens, a professor of pharmacology at Catholic University in Louvain, Belgium, is for manufacturers to create antibiotics that achieve a minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC), the amount of antibiotic required to inhibit growth of--but not necessarily kill--a given bacterium in vitro.
Contract award: Strips for Minimum Inhibitory Concentration (MIC) determination with agar diffusion, discs for susceptibility testing with agar diffusion, as well as products for generating anaerobic and microaerophilic cultivation environment.
All strains of MRSA were susceptible to vancomycin, and no change in the minimum inhibitory concentration distribution was observed during or after the AeroVanc treatment.
The concentrations of efmaconazole in the nail were 4 orders of magnitude higher than the minimum inhibitory concentration of efmaconazole against dermatophytes.

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