Methods Of Identification

The identification of anaerobes is a concern for applied microbiologists. Classic methods for identification can be found in Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology, Volume 1 (50). A variety of rapid and automated methods in microbiology have been developed for the isolation, enumeration, and identification of microorganisms (37), and many of these new methods can be adapted to anaerobic bacteriology. Identification of anaerobes can be achieved by the following methods and procedures: conventional methods, miniaturized methods, commercial diagnostic kits, physical and biochemical methods, immunological methods, and PCR and related methods.

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