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Mueller-Hinton medium

Pronunciation: mu'ler hin'ton

Definition: an agar-based medium composed of beef infusion, casamino acids, and starch; the recommended medium for antibacterial susceptibility tests for most common aerobic and facultatively anaerobic bacteria.

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