Medical Definition of Lactose-litmus agar

1. Agar made by adding 2% lactose and litmus to acid-free nutrient agar; formerly used in the identification of Salmonella typhi. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lactose-litmus Agar

lactonized
lactoovovegetarian
lactoovovegetarians
lactoperoxidase
lactoperoxidases
lactophenol
lactoprotein
lactoproteins
lactorrhoea
lactory
lactosamine
lactoscope
lactoscopes
lactose
lactose-litmus agar (current term)
lactose carrier protein
lactose factors
lactose intolerance
lactose intolerant
lactose operon
lactose permease
lactose repressor
lactose synthase
lactoses
lactosuria
lactosyl
lactosylceramidase
lactosylceramide
lactosylceramides

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