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TSI agar

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Triple Sugar-Iron Agar Test - Amrita University

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Triple Sugar Iron agar slants

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How to Inoculate & Interpret a TSI Slant - MCCC Microbiology

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Prueba de TSI

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EnteroScreen 4™, for Salmonella and Shigella screening by Hardy Diagnostics

The Triple Sugar Iron (TSI) test is a microbiological test roughly named for its ability to test a microorganism's ability to ferment sugars and to produce hydrogen sulfide. It is often used in the selective identification of enteric bacteria including Salmonella and Shigella.
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