Broth Microdilution

Broth Microdilution is a laboratory technique used to determine the minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) of an antibiotic or other antimicrobial agent. It involves serial dilutions of the antimicrobial agent in a liquid broth culture medium, which is then incubated with a bacterial strain. The MIC is determined by measuring the lowest concentration of the antimicrobial agent that prevents the growth of the microbe. This information is useful for healthcare professionals to select the appropriate dosage to treat bacterial infections. Broth Microdilution is an accurate, reliable, and low-cost method for determining the MIC of an antimicrobial agent.

From: International Journal of Antibiotic Research

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Editor-in-chief: Mujeeb Ur Rehman Nasar, Huazhong Agricultural University
Publication Type: Open Access Journal
Description: International Journal of Antibiotic Research is an openaccess, peer review journal for original analysis on Antibiotics in different disease conditions. IJANR a multi-disciplinary journal covering the general fields of pharmacology, biochemistry, genetics,and microbiology .