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TB is an extremely poor example, because as has been mentioned, it usually requires prolonged contact. But lets go with something with a low required infectious dose, that's friendly to surface contamination, and persists in the environment: Norovirus. Can norovirus serve as a medium for pathogens? Absolutely. To be blunt, almost anything will serve as a ...


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According to this site, for yeast (I assume this means Saccharomyces cerevisiae) you should use 50 µg/ml to 200 µg/ml; for fungi (!) use 100 µg/ml to 300 µg/ml. The site also stresses the importance of the pH of the medium. I think that, unless a Hansenula expert comes along, you will have to try an initial experiment to measure the sensitivity of ...



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