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Since the bacterium disintegrates the cell wall of the red blood cell, it cannot be detected by culturing a blood sample.
Back cover Go to article Tissue engineering involves culturing, growing and assembling cells and newly generated matrix in polymeric scaffolds.
A sample may also be sent to a lab for traditional culturing, which takes from one to two days, because this form of testing is more accurate than the rapid strep test.
A diagnosis of CMV is usually confirmed by culturing the virus in a sample of the infant's urine.
Infections caused by lack of immunizations can either be detected by conducting physical examination and culturing the specific microorganism in the laboratory.