Once bacterial counts reach 108-109 colony-forming units per gram of tissue, the growth rate of the infectious agent slows, and the organism becomes less susceptible to certain antibiotics.
What does cfu/g stand for?
cfu/g stands for Colony-Forming Units per Gram
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- Colony-Forming Unit in Culture
- Colony-Forming Units Diffusion Chamber Granulocyte
- Colony-Forming Units of Erythroid (cytology)
- Colony-Forming Unit in Fibroblastic
- Colony Forming Unit Granulocyte (blood-forming cell)
- Colony-Forming Unit-Granulocyte, Erythrocyte, Monocyte/macrophage, Megakaryocyte
- Colony-Forming Unit-Granulocyte and Monocyte
- Colony-Forming Unit-Granulocyte Macrophage (cell)
- Colony Forming Unit-Megakaryocyte
- Colony-Forming Units in Spleen (cell cycle)
- Colony-Forming-Units Per Gram
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- Closed Field Unbalanced Magnetron Sputter Ion Plating
- Call Forwarding Unconditional
- Central Florida Umpires Camp
- Colony-Forming Unit Culture
- Colony-Forming Unit-Cell
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- Consortium for Undermining Conservative Thought
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7] colony-forming units per gram of feces, while mean commensal bacteria count from soil was 3.
A microbiological analysis also revealed that there was a smaller increase in the number of colony-forming units per gram in the coated cheese than in the uncoated samples.