These disks are used to test the effectiveness of particular antimicrobial agents (antibiotics) against specific target organisms. The number given after the name of each agent is the dosage per disk in micrograms. An organism is considered sensitive if the resulting zone of inhibition is greater in diameter than the intermediate range given, and insensitive if less. Disks are supplied sterile-packed in packs of 50. Disk dispenser sold separately.
Note: Keep refrigerated and use within six months of purchase.
Additional ResourcesNo Additional Resources at the time.
Flinn Catalog/Reference Manual Page 832
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