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This triple sugar iron agar (TSI) tested for Salmonella (H2S+) a

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This triple sugar iron agar (TSI) tested for Salmonella (H2S+) a This triple sugar iron agar (TSI) tested for Salmonella (H2S+) and (H2S-); Citrobacter sp. and S. arizonae.
TSI is used when differentiating bacteria, primarily from the family Enterobacteriaceae, based on their ability to ferment glucose, lactose and sucrose, and to reduce sulfur to hydrogen sulfide.
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