Method

  1. Hanging drop
  2. Using a young (6- to 24-hour) actively growing 25° C broth culture, place 1 drop of the culture in the center of a 22 x 22-mm coverslip.
  3. Place a small drop of immersion oil on each comer of the coverslip.
  4. Invert the coverslip over the concavity of a depression slide.
  5. Examine with the high dry (40x) objective.
  6. Semisolid agar deep
  7. Touch a straight needle to a colony of a young (18- to 24hour) culture growing on agar medium.
  8. Stab once to a depth of only '/3 to inch in the middle of the tube.
  9. Incubate at 35° to 37° C and examine daily for up to 7 days.

Figure 13-26

Motility test.

A, Positive.

B, Negative.

Figure 13-26

Motility test.

A, Positive.

B, Negative.

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Bacterial Vaginosis Facts

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