Investigation strategies and methods. Overview of Microbiology Methods. May 2007. Learning objectives. At the end of the presentation, participants should: Understand what the laboratory does with samples that arrive Have an understanding of the range of test methods used to analyse samples.
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Overview of Microbiology Methods
At the end of the presentation, participants should:
No propagation required
Wet mount technique
Dark background microscope
fragile organisms (e.g. spirochetes)
mobility may be observed
white blood cells (denotes invasion)
red blood cells
Examination of viruses
e.g. Rotavirus in stool sample
Being replaced by antigen detection
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