Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, May 6th, 2003
In a recent study from Germany, "a standardized broth microdilution method was compared to the E test and an agar dilution method for the antimicrobial susceptibility testing of Campylobacter jejuni and C. coli isolates."
"A group of 47 human clinical isolates, 37 isolates from retail poultry, and 29 isolates from living turkeys (total, 113 isolates) was included in the study," according to P. Luber and colleagues at the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment in Berlin. "These encompassed 92 C. jejuni and 21 C. coli strains. The MICs of six...
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