Diagnostic microbiology: a textbook for the isolation and identification of pathogenic microorganisms
Laboratory methods. Recommended procedures with clinical specimens. Cultivation of pathogenic microorganisms from clincal material. Methods for identification of pathogenic bacteria. Viruses and rickettsiae. Fungi. Intestinal parasites of clinical significance. Antimicrobial susceptibility tests. Serological methods in diagnosis. Quality control. Culture media, stain, reagents, and tests.
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General requirements for cultivation of microorganisms
Optical methods in specimen examination
General principles in staining procedures
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