Medical Definition of Endo agar

1. A medium containing peptone, lactose, dipotassium phosphate, agar, sodium sulfite, basic fuchsin, and distilled water; originally developed for the isolation of Salmonella typhi, this medium is now most useful in the bacteriological examination of water; coliform organisms ferment the lactose, and their colonies become red and colour the surrounding medium; non-lactose-fermenting organisms produce clear, colourless colonies against the faint pink background of the medium. Synonym: Endo's medium. (05 Mar 2000)



Lexicographical Neighbors of Endo Agar

Encyclia citrina
Encyclia tampensis
Encyclia venosa
End of Cycle
End of Cycles
Endamoeba
Endamoeba histolytica
Endamoebidae
Endecott
Enderby Land
Endicott
Endo
Endo's fuchsin agar
Endo's medium
Endo agar
Endodermophyton
Endodontidae
Endoeuropean
Endomyces geotrichum
Endoprocta
Endothia aspartic proteinase
Ends
Enea Silvio Piccolomini
Eneas
Eneid
Eneolithic
Energizer bunny
Energy Department
Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy

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