MIC test plate, England, 1980

Made:
1980 in Bury St Edmunds

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Sensititre Minimum Inhibitory Concentration test plate, EP201, for antimicrobial drugs, plastic and foil, made by Seward Laboratory, England, 1980

MIC stands for ‘Minimum Inhibitory Concentration’. It is a laboratory test used to determine the lowest concentration of an antimicrobial drug that completely prevents the growth of microbes and bacteria. MIC levels are used to determine doses of antibiotics for patients.

Details

Category:
Laboratory Medicine
Object Number:
1981-1791
Materials:
metal (foil) and plastic
type:
mic test plate
credit:
Stern, P.

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