What is the importance of SS agar?

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SS agar is used as a selective medium for pathogenic enteric bacteria - usually used for. Salmonella. spp, but sometimes for. Shigella. spp (some of which may be inhibited) In addition, Proteus. spp will form colourless colonies while any lactose
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Shigella and the majority of salmonellae Clear, colorless, transparent. Salmonella enteriditis ATCC 13076 Colorless with black center. Salmonella typhi ATCC 6539 Colorless with black
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