Tag: Simmon’s Citrate Agar

Simmons Citrate Agar- Composition, Principle, Uses, Preparation and Result Interpretation 4.64/5 (33)

Result Interpretation on Simmons Citrate Agar

Simmons Citrate Agar- Composition, Principle, Uses, Preparation and Result Interpretation Simmons Citrate Agar is an agar medium used for the differentiation of Enterobacteriaceae based on the utilization of citrate as the sole source of carbon.  In the early 1920s, Koser developed a liquid medium formulation for the differentiation of fecal coliforms from the coliform group. Simmons later […]

Citrate Utilization Test- Principle, Media, Procedure and Result 4.52/5 (77)

Result Interpretation of Citrate Utilization Test

Citrate Utilization Test- Principle, Media, Procedure and Result This test is among a suite of IMViC Tests (Indole, Methyl-Red, Vogues-Proskauer, and Citrate) that are used to differentiate among the Gram-Negative bacilli in the family Enterobacteriaceae. Principle of Citrate Utilization Test Citrate agar is used to test an organism’s ability to utilize citrate as a source of energy. The […]

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