Definition of Lowenstein-Jensen medium

1. Noun. a primary mycobacterial recovery medium composed of fresh whole eggs, defined salts, glycerol, potato flour, and malachite green. ¹



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Medical Definition of Lowenstein-Jensen medium

1. Primary mycobacterial recovery media composed of fresh whole eggs, defined salts, glycerol, potato flour, and malachite green (as an inhibitory agent). Synonym: Lowenstein-Jensen medium. (05 Mar 2000)

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Low German
Low Latin
Low Saxon
Low Sunday
Lowe's syndrome
Lowe-Terrey-MacLachlan syndrome
Lowell
Lowell Jackson Thomas
Lowell Thomas
Lowellian
Lowenberg's canal
Lowenberg's forceps
Lowenberg's scala
Lowenstein-Jensen culture medium
Lowenstein-Jensen medium (current term)
Lower's ring
Lower's tubercle
Lower-Normandy
Lower California
Lower Canada
Lower Carboniferous
Lower Carboniferous period
Lower Egypt
Lower Lusatian
Lower Mainland
Lower Paleolithic
Lower Peninsula
Lower Saxony
Lower Silesian

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