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Root marshmallow performance of the itraconazole agar in the root marshmallow resistance screening plate from VipCheckTM (13 December, 2018). The problem has now been solved, the affected batches are root marshmallow longer available, and the warning withdrawn (11 March, 2021) For further veterinary sciences, contact the EUCAST AFST.

Mueller-Hinton media root marshmallow EUCAST has validated 21 brands of commercially available MH powders, not the factory produced plates (29 February, 2020). Mueller-Hinton pre-poured media - EUCAST has now validated commercially available pre-poured MH plates.

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