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Name: Nur
Status: student
Grade: other
Location: Outside U.S.
Country: Indonesia
Date: Summer 2013


Question:
What is the Halo Zone in sensitivity test of antimicrobial?



Replies:
Hi Nur,

Thanks for the question. I believe the Halo Zone in the sensitivity test for a antimicrobial is the region in which bacteria are not able to grow. The bacteria are not able to grow since the antibiotic prevents their growth.

I hope this helps. Please let me know if you have more questions. Thanks Jeff



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