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I was heard that this combination first Gonoline and other culture another culture on Euroline is good one.

What is the benefit of using Gonoline-Euroline in combination?

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closed as unclear what you're asking by Masi, Chris, kmm Feb 23 '14 at 19:21

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What's the context, I've never heard of using them in combination/not sure you really mean to be asking about Euroline. – Atl LED Feb 23 '14 at 1:09
Please, close. This is too unclear to be discussed. – Masi Feb 23 '14 at 7:48
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Looking at your other question, I think there's some serious editing that needs to be done to clarify this question.

Still I think there is a quick and easy answer to your question. Gonoline media makes an excellent transfer media. If you are out in the field some where and want to take a swab for further analysis, you could easily choose a gonoline media for transport. Then you would want to follow that up with some selective blood agars that might show a pathogenic species that you were looking for. Thus to use gonoline media with any other medium, is merely to preserve your sample for plating on your diagnostic media/agar later.

Again, looking at your related question, I could only guess that you meant chocolate agar, because you might be hunting Neisseriaceae (which you should put in the question if you are).

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I'm also ok with closure – Atl LED Feb 23 '14 at 12:38

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