Medical Definition of Conradi-drigalski agar

1. A selective, nutrient medium for isolation of Salmonella typhi and other intestinal pathogens from faecal specimens; it contains the dye crystal violet, which generally inhibits growth of Gram-positive, but not Gram-negative, bacteria. Synonym: Drigalski-Conradi agar. (05 Mar 2000)



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