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A Compilation of Culture Media for the Cultivation of Microorganisms.

JAMA. 1930;95(14):1043. doi:10.1001/jama.1930.02720140065035.
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This compilation was made at the request of the Society of American Bacteriologists. The authors searched the standard periodicals of both Europe and America from their beginning to the year 1926, as well as textbooks, monographs, bulletins and other periodicals. They found about 7,000 formulas for culture mediums and these they have arranged and classified into about 2,500 distinct mediums each of which is described as to its constituents, preparation, sterilization and use. The mediums are numbered consecutively, the last one being number 2543. Then follows an index of constituents of mediums; for example, cumumber juice is used in medium 2128; beef is used in fifty-one different mediums and the page on which each of these is described follows the word beef in the constituent index. Next comes the author index, and following that a list of names of persons who first described a particular medium with the reference in

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