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    hey guys, I just stumbled upon this forum the other day, and it seems to be full of great forum users who are willing to help; so I thought maybe you could help me with my question.

    Does anyone know the uses of middlebrook 7H10 agar? I know that it's used for culturing mycobacterium but I'm not sure if it's got any differential properties or if it's just a general purpose mycobacterium media.

    Any help you could give me would be much appreciated and thanks for your time!

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    Re: Pharmaceutical Microbiology

    http://www.pharmacy-forum.co.uk/stud...robiology.html
    check this thread
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      Re: Pharmaceutical Microbiology

      whoops, thanks for pointing that out, guess I missed that one.

      another question though, does anyone know if mycobacterium form hyphae?

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        Re: Pharmaceutical Microbiology

        Hyphae are found in fungi and the phylum Actinobacteria, of which Mycobacteriaceae are a family
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          you don't know how happy you've made me, Nikolai

          Thanks for all your help, your answers were invaluable!

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            Glad to help
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