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    Thermo Fisher macconkey agar
    Colony of S. flexneri on commercial <t>MaCconkey</t> agar (Oxoid) (A) and MaCconkey agar was made from defatted brebra flour as peptone substitute (B).
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    1) Product Images from "Production of microbial medium from defatted brebra (Milletia ferruginea) seed flour to substitute commercial peptone agar"

    Article Title: Production of microbial medium from defatted brebra (Milletia ferruginea) seed flour to substitute commercial peptone agar

    Journal: Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine

    doi: 10.1016/S2221-1691(13)60157-4

    Colony of S. flexneri on commercial MaCconkey agar (Oxoid) (A) and MaCconkey agar was made from defatted brebra flour as peptone substitute (B).
    Figure Legend Snippet: Colony of S. flexneri on commercial MaCconkey agar (Oxoid) (A) and MaCconkey agar was made from defatted brebra flour as peptone substitute (B).

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    2) Product Images from "Estimating the Rates of Acquisition and loss of Resistance of Enterobacteriaceae to Antimicrobial Drugs in Pre-Weaned Dairy Calves"

    Article Title: Estimating the Rates of Acquisition and loss of Resistance of Enterobacteriaceae to Antimicrobial Drugs in Pre-Weaned Dairy Calves

    Journal: Microorganisms

    doi: 10.3390/microorganisms9102103

    Difference in concentration of Enterobacteriaceae between MacConkey non-infused by antibiotics and MacConkey agar infused with neomycin 50 µL/mL from fecal samples collected from 33 calves followed from enrollment to 64 days age.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Difference in concentration of Enterobacteriaceae between MacConkey non-infused by antibiotics and MacConkey agar infused with neomycin 50 µL/mL from fecal samples collected from 33 calves followed from enrollment to 64 days age.

    Techniques Used: Concentration Assay

    Difference in concentration of Enterobacteriaceae between MacConkey non-infused by antibiotics and MacConkey agar infused by ceftiofur 30 µg/mL from fecal samples collected from 33 calves followed from enrollment to 64 days age.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Difference in concentration of Enterobacteriaceae between MacConkey non-infused by antibiotics and MacConkey agar infused by ceftiofur 30 µg/mL from fecal samples collected from 33 calves followed from enrollment to 64 days age.

    Techniques Used: Concentration Assay

    3) Product Images from "Microbial adaptation to venom is common in snakes and spiders"

    Article Title: Microbial adaptation to venom is common in snakes and spiders

    Journal: bioRxiv

    doi: 10.1101/348433

    Whole genome sequencing identifies viable bacteria in N. nigricollis venom as two, animal-specific, E. faecalis strains. (A) White punctate colonies were recovered in blood agar (BA) and MacConkey agar (MAC) blinded cultures of individual oral swab (O) and two consecutive envenomation samples (E1 and E2) obtained from three captivity N. nigricollis snakes. N/D: none detected. (B) Blinded multiple sequence alignment (ClustalO followed by ClustalW phylogeny) of homologous sequences across the de novo assembled genomes against the E. faecalis V583 KatA gene (distance to V583 KatA indicated in V583 track) suggests two sequence groups reflecting the history and housing of the host animals. (C) Blinded MST construction based on the MLST of the N. nigricollis-derived isolates against nine E. faecalis reference genomes again separate samples into two distinct clusters that reflect the history and housing of the host animals. Partially available allele data are included in this analysis and allelic difference instances between nearest neighbours are annotated in white boxes. (D) Blinded complete genome MLST against a custom schema generated using three closely related E. faecalis reference genomes cluster these isolates by animal of origin (animals 1 (light blue), animal 2 (dark blue) and animal 3 (orange)). The host animal colour scheme depicted in D) is also used in B) and C).
    Figure Legend Snippet: Whole genome sequencing identifies viable bacteria in N. nigricollis venom as two, animal-specific, E. faecalis strains. (A) White punctate colonies were recovered in blood agar (BA) and MacConkey agar (MAC) blinded cultures of individual oral swab (O) and two consecutive envenomation samples (E1 and E2) obtained from three captivity N. nigricollis snakes. N/D: none detected. (B) Blinded multiple sequence alignment (ClustalO followed by ClustalW phylogeny) of homologous sequences across the de novo assembled genomes against the E. faecalis V583 KatA gene (distance to V583 KatA indicated in V583 track) suggests two sequence groups reflecting the history and housing of the host animals. (C) Blinded MST construction based on the MLST of the N. nigricollis-derived isolates against nine E. faecalis reference genomes again separate samples into two distinct clusters that reflect the history and housing of the host animals. Partially available allele data are included in this analysis and allelic difference instances between nearest neighbours are annotated in white boxes. (D) Blinded complete genome MLST against a custom schema generated using three closely related E. faecalis reference genomes cluster these isolates by animal of origin (animals 1 (light blue), animal 2 (dark blue) and animal 3 (orange)). The host animal colour scheme depicted in D) is also used in B) and C).

    Techniques Used: Sequencing, Derivative Assay, Generated

    4) Product Images from "Evaluation of an Image Analysis Device (APAS) for Screening Urine Cultures"

    Article Title: Evaluation of an Image Analysis Device (APAS) for Screening Urine Cultures

    Journal: Journal of Clinical Microbiology

    doi: 10.1128/JCM.02365-15

    Image of a MacConkey agar plate following inoculation with urine and incubation for 18 h at 35°C that shows mixed growth of lactose- and non-lactose-fermenting colonies.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Image of a MacConkey agar plate following inoculation with urine and incubation for 18 h at 35°C that shows mixed growth of lactose- and non-lactose-fermenting colonies.

    Techniques Used: Incubation

    APAS computer interpretation of mixed growth of lactose-fermenting colonies (red) and non-lactose-fermenting colonies (black) from the MacConkey agar plate shown in Fig. 3 .
    Figure Legend Snippet: APAS computer interpretation of mixed growth of lactose-fermenting colonies (red) and non-lactose-fermenting colonies (black) from the MacConkey agar plate shown in Fig. 3 .

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    5) Product Images from "The RNA Chaperone Hfq Impacts Growth, Metabolism and Production of Virulence Factors in Yersinia enterocolitica"

    Article Title: The RNA Chaperone Hfq Impacts Growth, Metabolism and Production of Virulence Factors in Yersinia enterocolitica

    Journal: PLoS ONE

    doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0086113

    Influence of hfq on carbohydrate metabolism. (A) Bacteria were spotted on CIN agar (top row) and MacConkey agar supplemented with vitamin B12 and 1,2-PD (bottom row). Plates were incubated at 27°C for three (top) or two days (bottom). (B) Bacteria were grown on MacConkey agar supplemented with vitamin B12 and 1,2-PD at 27°C for two days.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Influence of hfq on carbohydrate metabolism. (A) Bacteria were spotted on CIN agar (top row) and MacConkey agar supplemented with vitamin B12 and 1,2-PD (bottom row). Plates were incubated at 27°C for three (top) or two days (bottom). (B) Bacteria were grown on MacConkey agar supplemented with vitamin B12 and 1,2-PD at 27°C for two days.

    Techniques Used: Incubation

    6) Product Images from "Production of microbial medium from defatted brebra (Milletia ferruginea) seed flour to substitute commercial peptone agar"

    Article Title: Production of microbial medium from defatted brebra (Milletia ferruginea) seed flour to substitute commercial peptone agar

    Journal: Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine

    doi: 10.1016/S2221-1691(13)60157-4

    Colony of S. flexneri on commercial MaCconkey agar (Oxoid) (A) and MaCconkey agar was made from defatted brebra flour as peptone substitute (B).
    Figure Legend Snippet: Colony of S. flexneri on commercial MaCconkey agar (Oxoid) (A) and MaCconkey agar was made from defatted brebra flour as peptone substitute (B).

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    7) Product Images from "Production of microbial medium from defatted brebra (Milletia ferruginea) seed flour to substitute commercial peptone agar"

    Article Title: Production of microbial medium from defatted brebra (Milletia ferruginea) seed flour to substitute commercial peptone agar

    Journal: Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine

    doi: 10.1016/S2221-1691(13)60157-4

    Colony of S. flexneri on commercial MaCconkey agar (Oxoid) (A) and MaCconkey agar was made from defatted brebra flour as peptone substitute (B).
    Figure Legend Snippet: Colony of S. flexneri on commercial MaCconkey agar (Oxoid) (A) and MaCconkey agar was made from defatted brebra flour as peptone substitute (B).

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    8) Product Images from "Antimicrobial-Resistant Escherichia coli Survived in Dust Samples for More than 20 Years"

    Article Title: Antimicrobial-Resistant Escherichia coli Survived in Dust Samples for More than 20 Years

    Journal: Frontiers in Microbiology

    doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2016.00866

    Bacterial concentrations in dusts collected during various time periods. Total viable bacteria were counted on TSA agar, and Escherichia coli were counted on MacConkey agar (MacC) and on MacConkey agar with ciprofloxacin (MacCCIP). ◊ = arithmetic mean, ○ = outlier, – = median
    Figure Legend Snippet: Bacterial concentrations in dusts collected during various time periods. Total viable bacteria were counted on TSA agar, and Escherichia coli were counted on MacConkey agar (MacC) and on MacConkey agar with ciprofloxacin (MacCCIP). ◊ = arithmetic mean, ○ = outlier, – = median

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    9) Product Images from "Production of microbial medium from defatted brebra (Milletia ferruginea) seed flour to substitute commercial peptone agar"

    Article Title: Production of microbial medium from defatted brebra (Milletia ferruginea) seed flour to substitute commercial peptone agar

    Journal: Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine

    doi: 10.1016/S2221-1691(13)60157-4

    Colony of S. flexneri on commercial MaCconkey agar (Oxoid) (A) and MaCconkey agar was made from defatted brebra flour as peptone substitute (B).
    Figure Legend Snippet: Colony of S. flexneri on commercial MaCconkey agar (Oxoid) (A) and MaCconkey agar was made from defatted brebra flour as peptone substitute (B).

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    10) Product Images from "Shiga Toxin-Producing Escherichia coli: a Single-Center, 11-Year Pediatric Experience"

    Article Title: Shiga Toxin-Producing Escherichia coli: a Single-Center, 11-Year Pediatric Experience

    Journal: Journal of Clinical Microbiology

    doi: 10.1128/JCM.01231-14

    Features of patients with HUS as a primary or secondary diagnosis from 2001 to 2011. The chart diagrams the pertinent clinical and laboratory features of all patients with an ICD-9 code of 283.11 (hemolytic uremic syndrome) for a primary or secondary diagnosis during the 11-year study period. NSF, non-sorbitol fermenter; OSH, outside hospital; SMAC, sorbitol-MacConkey agar.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Features of patients with HUS as a primary or secondary diagnosis from 2001 to 2011. The chart diagrams the pertinent clinical and laboratory features of all patients with an ICD-9 code of 283.11 (hemolytic uremic syndrome) for a primary or secondary diagnosis during the 11-year study period. NSF, non-sorbitol fermenter; OSH, outside hospital; SMAC, sorbitol-MacConkey agar.

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    11) Product Images from "Priming the tooth surface with chlorhexidine and antibacterial activity of resin cement"

    Article Title: Priming the tooth surface with chlorhexidine and antibacterial activity of resin cement

    Journal: World Journal of Clinical Cases : WJCC

    doi: 10.12998/wjcc.v1.i8.249

    Jar and media used for the study. A: Anaerobic Jar; B: Blood agar; C: MacConkey agar; D: Chocolate agar.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Jar and media used for the study. A: Anaerobic Jar; B: Blood agar; C: MacConkey agar; D: Chocolate agar.

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    12) Product Images from "Full‐length 16S rRNA gene classification of Atlantic salmon bacteria and effects of using different 16S variable regions on community structure analysis. Full‐length 16S rRNA gene classification of Atlantic salmon bacteria and effects of using different 16S variable regions on community structure analysis"

    Article Title: Full‐length 16S rRNA gene classification of Atlantic salmon bacteria and effects of using different 16S variable regions on community structure analysis. Full‐length 16S rRNA gene classification of Atlantic salmon bacteria and effects of using different 16S variable regions on community structure analysis

    Journal: MicrobiologyOpen

    doi: 10.1002/mbo3.898

    Unrooted neighbor‐joining tree constructed from maximum likelihood distances between 16S rRNA gene sequences obtained from isolates of this study with the most closely aligned type strain obtained from the RDP. Type strains are displayed with strain ID followed by the GenBank 16S rRNA gene accession number. GenBank accession number for isolates obtained in this study is provided in Table A1 . Bootstrap values ≥ 70% based on 1,000 replicates are indicated, and the scale bar represents the number of substitutions per site. The right color‐coding columns of the phylogenetic clades show the tissue type each strain was isolated from and culture medium used. Skin is dark blue, gill is light blue, intestine is red, and water is yellow. Culture medium R2A is dark green, and MacConkey is light green
    Figure Legend Snippet: Unrooted neighbor‐joining tree constructed from maximum likelihood distances between 16S rRNA gene sequences obtained from isolates of this study with the most closely aligned type strain obtained from the RDP. Type strains are displayed with strain ID followed by the GenBank 16S rRNA gene accession number. GenBank accession number for isolates obtained in this study is provided in Table A1 . Bootstrap values ≥ 70% based on 1,000 replicates are indicated, and the scale bar represents the number of substitutions per site. The right color‐coding columns of the phylogenetic clades show the tissue type each strain was isolated from and culture medium used. Skin is dark blue, gill is light blue, intestine is red, and water is yellow. Culture medium R2A is dark green, and MacConkey is light green

    Techniques Used: Construct, Isolation

    13) Product Images from "Production of microbial medium from defatted brebra (Milletia ferruginea) seed flour to substitute commercial peptone agar"

    Article Title: Production of microbial medium from defatted brebra (Milletia ferruginea) seed flour to substitute commercial peptone agar

    Journal: Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine

    doi: 10.1016/S2221-1691(13)60157-4

    Colony of S. flexneri on commercial MaCconkey agar (Oxoid) (A) and MaCconkey agar was made from defatted brebra flour as peptone substitute (B).
    Figure Legend Snippet: Colony of S. flexneri on commercial MaCconkey agar (Oxoid) (A) and MaCconkey agar was made from defatted brebra flour as peptone substitute (B).

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    14) Product Images from "Clinical and sero-molecular characterization of Escherichia coli with an emphasis on hybrid strain in healthy and diarrheic neonatal calves in Egypt"

    Article Title: Clinical and sero-molecular characterization of Escherichia coli with an emphasis on hybrid strain in healthy and diarrheic neonatal calves in Egypt

    Journal: Open Veterinary Journal

    doi: 10.4314/ovj.v8i4.1

    Cultural identification of E. coli . Inoculated MacConkey agar shows characteristic pink colonies (a), inoculated EMB agar shows characteristic green metallic sheen colonies (b) and Gram stain shows Gram negative coccobacilli (c).
    Figure Legend Snippet: Cultural identification of E. coli . Inoculated MacConkey agar shows characteristic pink colonies (a), inoculated EMB agar shows characteristic green metallic sheen colonies (b) and Gram stain shows Gram negative coccobacilli (c).

    Techniques Used: Staining

    15) Product Images from "Production of microbial medium from defatted brebra (Milletia ferruginea) seed flour to substitute commercial peptone agar"

    Article Title: Production of microbial medium from defatted brebra (Milletia ferruginea) seed flour to substitute commercial peptone agar

    Journal: Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine

    doi: 10.1016/S2221-1691(13)60157-4

    Colony of S. flexneri on commercial MaCconkey agar (Oxoid) (A) and MaCconkey agar was made from defatted brebra flour as peptone substitute (B).
    Figure Legend Snippet: Colony of S. flexneri on commercial MaCconkey agar (Oxoid) (A) and MaCconkey agar was made from defatted brebra flour as peptone substitute (B).

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    16) Product Images from "Brucella BioR Regulator Defines a Complex Regulatory Mechanism for Bacterial Biotin Metabolism"

    Article Title: Brucella BioR Regulator Defines a Complex Regulatory Mechanism for Bacterial Biotin Metabolism

    Journal: Journal of Bacteriology

    doi: 10.1128/JB.00378-13

    Evidence that Brucella bioR is functional in vivo . (A) Expression of the Brucella bioR homolog represses the transcription of the bioBFDA operon in A. tumefaciens . To visualize bioB-lacZ expression, we used a MacConkey agar plate with 0.4% lactose as
    Figure Legend Snippet: Evidence that Brucella bioR is functional in vivo . (A) Expression of the Brucella bioR homolog represses the transcription of the bioBFDA operon in A. tumefaciens . To visualize bioB-lacZ expression, we used a MacConkey agar plate with 0.4% lactose as

    Techniques Used: Functional Assay, In Vivo, Expressing

    In vivo evidence for complex regulation of biotin sensing in Brucella . (A) MacConkey agar plate-based visualization of β-Gal activity for altered expression of the Brucella bioBFDAZ operon in A. tumefaciens with/without the presence of Brucella
    Figure Legend Snippet: In vivo evidence for complex regulation of biotin sensing in Brucella . (A) MacConkey agar plate-based visualization of β-Gal activity for altered expression of the Brucella bioBFDAZ operon in A. tumefaciens with/without the presence of Brucella

    Techniques Used: In Vivo, Activity Assay, Expressing

    17) Product Images from "Gut inflammation can boost horizontal gene transfer between pathogenic and commensal Enterobacteriaceae"

    Article Title: Gut inflammation can boost horizontal gene transfer between pathogenic and commensal Enterobacteriaceae

    Journal: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

    doi: 10.1073/pnas.1113246109

    Blooms of commensal E. coli in S . Tm infected mice. ( A ) Colonization levels of commensal E. coli in cecal contents of S . Tm infected mice. E. coli CFU were detected by routine screening on MacConkey without antibiotics by colony morphology and lactose-positive phenotype. Pie plots on the right show microbiota composition in three mice (marked in green, red, and blue). Here, total DNA was extracted, and bacterial 16S rRNA genes were PCR-amplified using universal bacterial primers, cloned, and sequenced (∼100 sequences per animal). ( B ) DNA microarray comparing the virulence gene content of 10 E. coli isolates collected from S . Tm infected mice from 2002 to 2007 (indicated in red) and different pathogenic and nonpathogenic E. coli reference strains. Genes were grouped with the CLUSTER software based on the presence (red) or absence (black) of genes. Groups of genes belonging to distinct islands or phages are indicated. ( C ) Coinfection experiments of S . Tm and different E. coli strains. Streptomycin-treated, E. coli -free mice were coinfected with 1:1 mixtures of wild type S . Tm and E. coli strains Ec MG1655 , or the ECOR B2 strains Ec Nissle , Ec 8178 and Ec CFT073 (total of 5 × 10 7 ; 1:1; intragastrically). E. coli (white) and S . Tm (black) colonization density in the cecum at day 4 p.i. (Log 10 cfu/g). Bars show the median.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Blooms of commensal E. coli in S . Tm infected mice. ( A ) Colonization levels of commensal E. coli in cecal contents of S . Tm infected mice. E. coli CFU were detected by routine screening on MacConkey without antibiotics by colony morphology and lactose-positive phenotype. Pie plots on the right show microbiota composition in three mice (marked in green, red, and blue). Here, total DNA was extracted, and bacterial 16S rRNA genes were PCR-amplified using universal bacterial primers, cloned, and sequenced (∼100 sequences per animal). ( B ) DNA microarray comparing the virulence gene content of 10 E. coli isolates collected from S . Tm infected mice from 2002 to 2007 (indicated in red) and different pathogenic and nonpathogenic E. coli reference strains. Genes were grouped with the CLUSTER software based on the presence (red) or absence (black) of genes. Groups of genes belonging to distinct islands or phages are indicated. ( C ) Coinfection experiments of S . Tm and different E. coli strains. Streptomycin-treated, E. coli -free mice were coinfected with 1:1 mixtures of wild type S . Tm and E. coli strains Ec MG1655 , or the ECOR B2 strains Ec Nissle , Ec 8178 and Ec CFT073 (total of 5 × 10 7 ; 1:1; intragastrically). E. coli (white) and S . Tm (black) colonization density in the cecum at day 4 p.i. (Log 10 cfu/g). Bars show the median.

    Techniques Used: Infection, Mouse Assay, Polymerase Chain Reaction, Amplification, Clone Assay, Microarray, Software

    18) Product Images from "Expression and Characterization of Flagella in Nonmotile Enteroinvasive Escherichia coli Isolated from Diarrhea Cases "

    Article Title: Expression and Characterization of Flagella in Nonmotile Enteroinvasive Escherichia coli Isolated from Diarrhea Cases

    Journal: Infection and Immunity

    doi: 10.1128/IAI.70.10.5882-5886.2002

    Detection of flagellin in nonmotile EIEC serotypes. Equal numbers of bacteria grown on MacConkey agar were subjected to SDS-PAGE and then reacted with anti-EIEC flagellum antibodies. Note the different levels of flagellin production among the strains. Lanes: 1, FBC28/45; 2, FBC29/7; 3, FBC152/26; 4, FBC124/13; 5, FBC136/11; 6, FBC112/2; 7, FBC164/4; 8, FBC167/8; 9, FBC136/1; 10, FBC152/5; 11, FBC028/1.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Detection of flagellin in nonmotile EIEC serotypes. Equal numbers of bacteria grown on MacConkey agar were subjected to SDS-PAGE and then reacted with anti-EIEC flagellum antibodies. Note the different levels of flagellin production among the strains. Lanes: 1, FBC28/45; 2, FBC29/7; 3, FBC152/26; 4, FBC124/13; 5, FBC136/11; 6, FBC112/2; 7, FBC164/4; 8, FBC167/8; 9, FBC136/1; 10, FBC152/5; 11, FBC028/1.

    Techniques Used: SDS Page

    19) Product Images from "Microbial and Heavy Metal Contaminant of Antidiabetic Herbal Preparations Formulated in Bangladesh"

    Article Title: Microbial and Heavy Metal Contaminant of Antidiabetic Herbal Preparations Formulated in Bangladesh

    Journal: Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine : eCAM

    doi: 10.1155/2015/243593

    Incubation of antidiabetic herbal preparations (ADHPs) in different agar media for microbial count. (a) ADHP-9 incubated in Tryptic Soya Agar (TSA) plate for total aerobic count, (b) ADHP-7 incubated in Chromocult agar plate for total coliform count, (c) ADHP-7 and ADHP-11 incubated in Sorbitol MacConkey (SMAC) agar plate for total E. coli count, (e) ADHP-6 incubated in caprylate-thallous Agar (CTA) plate for E. coli 0157 count, and (f) ADHP-11 incubated in Bismuth Sulfite Agar (BSA) plate for Salmonella spp. count.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Incubation of antidiabetic herbal preparations (ADHPs) in different agar media for microbial count. (a) ADHP-9 incubated in Tryptic Soya Agar (TSA) plate for total aerobic count, (b) ADHP-7 incubated in Chromocult agar plate for total coliform count, (c) ADHP-7 and ADHP-11 incubated in Sorbitol MacConkey (SMAC) agar plate for total E. coli count, (e) ADHP-6 incubated in caprylate-thallous Agar (CTA) plate for E. coli 0157 count, and (f) ADHP-11 incubated in Bismuth Sulfite Agar (BSA) plate for Salmonella spp. count.

    Techniques Used: Incubation

    20) Product Images from "Colonization Rate of Potential Neonatal Disease-Causing Bacteria, Associated Factors, and Antimicrobial Susceptibility Profile Among Pregnant Women Attending Government Hospitals in Hawassa, Ethiopia"

    Article Title: Colonization Rate of Potential Neonatal Disease-Causing Bacteria, Associated Factors, and Antimicrobial Susceptibility Profile Among Pregnant Women Attending Government Hospitals in Hawassa, Ethiopia

    Journal: Infection and Drug Resistance

    doi: 10.2147/IDR.S326200

    Proportion of bacteria isolated from pregnant women attending HUCSH and AGH from October 13 to December 28, 2020, Hawassa, Ethiopia (n=490). *Gram-positive rod, Gram-negative rod with no growth on MacConkey, Gram-negative diplococci.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Proportion of bacteria isolated from pregnant women attending HUCSH and AGH from October 13 to December 28, 2020, Hawassa, Ethiopia (n=490). *Gram-positive rod, Gram-negative rod with no growth on MacConkey, Gram-negative diplococci.

    Techniques Used: Isolation

    21) Product Images from "Production of microbial medium from defatted brebra (Milletia ferruginea) seed flour to substitute commercial peptone agar"

    Article Title: Production of microbial medium from defatted brebra (Milletia ferruginea) seed flour to substitute commercial peptone agar

    Journal: Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine

    doi: 10.1016/S2221-1691(13)60157-4

    Colony of S. flexneri on commercial MaCconkey agar (Oxoid) (A) and MaCconkey agar was made from defatted brebra flour as peptone substitute (B).
    Figure Legend Snippet: Colony of S. flexneri on commercial MaCconkey agar (Oxoid) (A) and MaCconkey agar was made from defatted brebra flour as peptone substitute (B).

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    22) Product Images from "Glutathione attenuates ethanol-induced alveolar macrophage oxidative stress and dysfunction by downregulating NADPH oxidases"

    Article Title: Glutathione attenuates ethanol-induced alveolar macrophage oxidative stress and dysfunction by downregulating NADPH oxidases

    Journal: American Journal of Physiology - Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology

    doi: 10.1152/ajplung.00159.2013

    GSH promotes lung bacterial clearance of K. pneumoniae in alcohol-fed mice. Mice fed either no ethanol (Con) or ethanol (EtOH) were inoculated for 4 h with K. pneumoniae (Kleb, 200 CFU) ± 24 h with GSH during bacterial exposure ( n = 4–5). A and B : clearance of K. pneumoniae was assessed in BAL fluid ( A ) and lysed mAMs ( B ) that were plated on MacConkey agar where the concentration of K. pneumoniae bacteria was quantified as CFU. CFU in BAL fluid was normalized to number of isolated macrophages. C : phagocytic ability of these mAMs to clear S. aureus following K. pneumoniae challenge was assessed by phagocytosis assay (10 fields/experimental condition). Phagocytic index was calculated from the percentage of phagocytic cells multiplied by the relative fluorescence units of S. aureus per cell. All values are expressed as means ± SE, relative to untreated controls without bacterial challenge and where fold-change = 1.0. # P
    Figure Legend Snippet: GSH promotes lung bacterial clearance of K. pneumoniae in alcohol-fed mice. Mice fed either no ethanol (Con) or ethanol (EtOH) were inoculated for 4 h with K. pneumoniae (Kleb, 200 CFU) ± 24 h with GSH during bacterial exposure ( n = 4–5). A and B : clearance of K. pneumoniae was assessed in BAL fluid ( A ) and lysed mAMs ( B ) that were plated on MacConkey agar where the concentration of K. pneumoniae bacteria was quantified as CFU. CFU in BAL fluid was normalized to number of isolated macrophages. C : phagocytic ability of these mAMs to clear S. aureus following K. pneumoniae challenge was assessed by phagocytosis assay (10 fields/experimental condition). Phagocytic index was calculated from the percentage of phagocytic cells multiplied by the relative fluorescence units of S. aureus per cell. All values are expressed as means ± SE, relative to untreated controls without bacterial challenge and where fold-change = 1.0. # P

    Techniques Used: Mouse Assay, Micro-arrays for Mass Spectrometry, Concentration Assay, Isolation, Phagocytosis Assay, Fluorescence

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    Thermo Fisher xv macconkey agar
    Activation of NF-κB in HEK-Blue hTLR4 cells by B . pseudomallei K96243 cultured in different media. HEK-Blue hTLR4 cells were stimulated with heat-killed B . pseudomallei K96243 at 10 6 or 10 7 CFU/ml at 37°C in 5% CO 2 for 24 h. NF-κB activation was determined in the supernatant by a SEAP reporter assay with HEK-Blue detection. Mean ± SD of three independent experiment were illustrated. TSA; trypticase soy agar, LB; Luria-Bertani agar, Ash; Ashdown agar, BA; Blood agar, Mac; <t>MacConkey</t> agar, M9; M9 minimal medium agar.
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    Culture characteristics of bacterial isolates on different media. A) Escherichia coli on <t>MacConkey’s</t> agar, B) Bacillus cereus on MacConkey’s agar, C) Salmonella typhi on Salmonella shigella agar, and D) Pseudomonas aeruginosa on Salmonella shigella agar.
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    Activation of NF-κB in HEK-Blue hTLR4 cells by B . pseudomallei K96243 cultured in different media. HEK-Blue hTLR4 cells were stimulated with heat-killed B . pseudomallei K96243 at 10 6 or 10 7 CFU/ml at 37°C in 5% CO 2 for 24 h. NF-κB activation was determined in the supernatant by a SEAP reporter assay with HEK-Blue detection. Mean ± SD of three independent experiment were illustrated. TSA; trypticase soy agar, LB; Luria-Bertani agar, Ash; Ashdown agar, BA; Blood agar, Mac; MacConkey agar, M9; M9 minimal medium agar.

    Journal: PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases

    Article Title: Comprehensive analysis of clinical Burkholderia pseudomallei isolates demonstrates conservation of unique lipid A structure and TLR4-dependent innate immune activation

    doi: 10.1371/journal.pntd.0006287

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Activation of NF-κB in HEK-Blue hTLR4 cells by B . pseudomallei K96243 cultured in different media. HEK-Blue hTLR4 cells were stimulated with heat-killed B . pseudomallei K96243 at 10 6 or 10 7 CFU/ml at 37°C in 5% CO 2 for 24 h. NF-κB activation was determined in the supernatant by a SEAP reporter assay with HEK-Blue detection. Mean ± SD of three independent experiment were illustrated. TSA; trypticase soy agar, LB; Luria-Bertani agar, Ash; Ashdown agar, BA; Blood agar, Mac; MacConkey agar, M9; M9 minimal medium agar.

    Article Snippet: The bacteria were cultured on TSA (Oxoid, Hants, UK) for 16–18 h. Approximately 10 colonies were streaked onto agar plates and incubated for 16–18 h under one of the following conditions: (i) TSA (pH 7.4) at 25 o C, (ii) TSA (pH 7.4) at 37 o C, (iii) TSA (pH 7.4) at 42 o C, (iv) TSA (pH 4.5) at 37 o C, (v) TSA (pH 8.5) at 37 o C, (vi) TSA (pH 7.4) plus 2 mM H2 O2 (Merck, Darmstadt, Germany) at 37 o C, (vii) TSA (pH 7.4) plus 5 mM H2 O2 at 37 o C, (viii) TSA (pH 7.4) plus 50 mM NaNO2 (Sigma-Aldrich, MO, USA) at 37 o C, (ix) TSA (pH 7.4) plus 100 mM NaNO2 at 37 o C, (x) TSA (pH 7.4) plus 1 mM MgCl2 (Fisher Scientific, Leics, UK) at 37 o C, (xi) TSA (pH 7.4) plus 8 μM MgCl2 at 37 o C, (xii) Luria-Bertani agar (LB) (BD, MD, USA) (pH 7.4) at 37 o C, (xiii) Ashdown agar (pH 7.4) at 37 o C, (xiv) blood agar (Oxoid, Hants, UK) (pH 7.4) at 37 o C, (xv) MacConkey agar (Oxoid, Hants, UK) (pH 7.4) at 37 o C, and (xvi) M9 minimal medium agar (Sigma-Aldrich, MO, USA) (pH 7.4) at 37 o C. The bacteria were harvested using a 10 μl loop and further extracted for lipid A.

    Techniques: Activation Assay, Cell Culture, Reporter Assay

    Percentage of resistant strains out of total E. coli and the MIC of E. coli against colistin in the different treatment groups. Treatment of pigs with colistin sulfate after the onset of diarrhea ( a , b ). Treatment of pigs with colistin sulfate before the onset of diarrhea ( c , d ). Treatment of pigs with antidiarrheal feed supplements ( e , f ). T0 and T1 refer to counts before and after treatment. Col, Tet, Amp, and Cef refer to CFU count on MacConkey agar plates supplemented with colistin, tetracycline, ampicillin, and cefotaxime, respectively. The error bars represent the standard deviation of the mean.

    Journal: Antibiotics

    Article Title: The Effect of Colistin Treatment on the Selection of Colistin-Resistant Escherichia coli in Weaner Pigs

    doi: 10.3390/antibiotics10040465

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Percentage of resistant strains out of total E. coli and the MIC of E. coli against colistin in the different treatment groups. Treatment of pigs with colistin sulfate after the onset of diarrhea ( a , b ). Treatment of pigs with colistin sulfate before the onset of diarrhea ( c , d ). Treatment of pigs with antidiarrheal feed supplements ( e , f ). T0 and T1 refer to counts before and after treatment. Col, Tet, Amp, and Cef refer to CFU count on MacConkey agar plates supplemented with colistin, tetracycline, ampicillin, and cefotaxime, respectively. The error bars represent the standard deviation of the mean.

    Article Snippet: Quantitative determination of the total number of Coliform bacteria was carried out on MacConkey agar (MCA) (Oxoid, Thermo Scientific, Roskilde, Denmark), and the quantification of presumptive drug-resistant Coliform bacteria was carried out on MacConkey agar supplemented with 2 µg/mL colistin sulfate (MCA + Col), 16 µg/mL tetracycline (MCA + Tet), 16 µg/mL ampicillin (MCA + Amp) and 2 µg/mL cefotaxime (MCA + Cef) antimicrobials as previously reported [ , ].

    Techniques: Standard Deviation

    Colony of S. flexneri on commercial MaCconkey agar (Oxoid) (A) and MaCconkey agar was made from defatted brebra flour as peptone substitute (B).

    Journal: Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine

    Article Title: Production of microbial medium from defatted brebra (Milletia ferruginea) seed flour to substitute commercial peptone agar

    doi: 10.1016/S2221-1691(13)60157-4

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Colony of S. flexneri on commercial MaCconkey agar (Oxoid) (A) and MaCconkey agar was made from defatted brebra flour as peptone substitute (B).

    Article Snippet: Commercial MaCconkey agar (Oxoid), which composed of 2 g peptone, 1 g lactose, 0.15 g bile salt, 0.5 g NaCl, 0.03 g neutral red, 0.001 g crystal violent, 1.3 g agar and all were mixed with 100 mL distilled water, was used as control for comparison.

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    Culture characteristics of bacterial isolates on different media. A) Escherichia coli on MacConkey’s agar, B) Bacillus cereus on MacConkey’s agar, C) Salmonella typhi on Salmonella shigella agar, and D) Pseudomonas aeruginosa on Salmonella shigella agar.

    Journal: Saudi Medical Journal

    Article Title: Occurrence and antibacterial susceptibility pattern of bacterial pathogens isolated from diarrheal patients in Pakistan

    doi: 10.15537/smj.2016.3.14449

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Culture characteristics of bacterial isolates on different media. A) Escherichia coli on MacConkey’s agar, B) Bacillus cereus on MacConkey’s agar, C) Salmonella typhi on Salmonella shigella agar, and D) Pseudomonas aeruginosa on Salmonella shigella agar.

    Article Snippet: For purification, the different colonies from initial growth were streaked on MacConkey’s agar (Oxoid, UK) and Salmonella shigella agar (Oxoid, UK) plates, and incubated at 37°C for 24 hours.

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