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Wise Anaerobic Work Station: an evaluation.
  1. P R Sisson,
  2. H R Ingham,
  3. P O Byrne


    The Wise Anaerobic Work Station permitted the growth of type cultures of a range of fastidious obligate anaerobes. In the isolation of anaerobic bacteria from clinical specimens the performance equalled that of a standard anaerobic jar incubated for 48 hours, and gave results superior to those obtained when incubation of jar cultures was interrupted at 24 hours. The Wise Anaerobic Work Station was easy to use and provided comfortable working conditions; running largely on industrial nitrogen, it was more economic than anaerobic cabinets or jars using conventional gas mixtures.

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