BAP

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BAPBaptist
BAPBiodiversity Action Plan
BAPBest Absolute Perfect (band)
BAPBest Aquaculture Practices (seafood standards)
BAPBeta Alpha Psi (National Honors Business Information Fraternity)
BAPBattery-Assisted Passive
BAPBali Action Plan (UN Climate Change Conference; Bali, Indonesia)
BAPBoost-a-Pump (Kenne Bell)
BAPBusiness Alliance Program
BAPBuffer Allocation Problem
BAPBusiness Applications Performance
BAPBrake Assist Plus
BAPBandwidth Access Protocol
BAPBest American Poetry
BAPBalloon Angioplasty (heart disease)
BAPBandwidth Allocation Protocol
BAPBranche d'Activite Professionnelle (French)
BAPBusiness Accelerator Program (various locations)
BAPBasketball Association of the Philippines
BAPBreeder Award Program (various organizations)
BAPBritish Association for Psychopharmacology
BAPBlood Agar Plate (microbiology)
BAPBlack American Princess
BAPBritish Association of Psychotherapists
BAPBroader Autism Phenotype
BAPBarometric Absolute Pressure (automotive engine computer)
BAPBéton Autoplaçant (French: Self-Consolidating Concrete)
BAPBest Available Price
BAPBeneficiary Advisory Panel (US DoD)
BAPBienal de Arte Paiz (Guatemalan art)
BAPBusiness Access Point (wireless communications)
BAPBrevet d'Animateur Poney
BAPBankruptcy Assistance Project (New York)
BAPBuilding America Program (US Department of Energy)
BAPBenzoApyrene
BAPBonding Assistance Program
BAPBuque Armada Peruana (Peruvian Navy Ship)
BAPBaltimore Algebra Project (math literacy program)
BAPBusiness Automobile Policy (insurance)
BAPBook Arts Press (various locations)
BAPBachelier en Architecture Paysagiste (Bachelor of Landscape Architecture)
BAPBiP-Associated Protein
BAPBulletin d'Analyse Phénoménologique (French: Phenomenological Analysis Bulletin; University of Liege; Belgium)
BAPBenefits Analysis Program
BAPBicycles Against Poverty (est. 2007)
BAPBrigade AntiPub (French anti-advertising group)
BAPBalloon Aerial Photography
BAPBest Achievable Protection
BAPBridge Adapter Pallet
BAPBuurt Actie Partij
BAPBuilding Architect Plus (game)
BAPBoîte à Polpette (French role-playing game group)
BAPBe A Pal
BAPBanker's Association of the Philippines
BAPBachelor of Arts in Psychology
BAPBusiness Application Program
BAPBasic Assembly Program
BAPButte, Anaconda, & Pacific Railway Company
BAPBranch Arm Piping
BAPBorn Again Pagan
BAPBaseline Activity Profile
BAPBudget Allocation Plan
BAPBasic Aborting Protocol
BAPBritish Association of Planetariums
BAPBeta Assessment Plan
BAPBallistic Artillery Projectile
BAPBredero Avrusnings Prosjekt
BAPBisexual and Proud
BAPBâtiment d'Accueil du Public (French: Public Reception Building)
BAPBriefing Automation Package
BAPBrake Application Pressure
BAPBeagle Activation Probe (Mechwarrior)
BAPBoric Acid Ponds
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The loop was used to streak the surface of an amended Brain Heart Infusion blood agar plate. The inoculation loop was flamed until they were redhot after usage.
Since the blood agar plate had shiny mucoid, cream, circular colonies so string test was done that was positive with a string length of more than 5mm (Figure).
The traditional method of testing is to inoculate an enrichment broth with the vaginal-rectal swab sample and plate the incubated enriched broth on a blood agar plate (BAP).
In all tests, the procedure to evaluate pneumococcal subcultures viability was as follows: the amount of visible bacterial growth which could be harvested on one occasion with a 0.001 mL calibrated loop was taken and streaked onto BHI blood agar plate. Subcultures were recorded as viable (at least one visible colony) or nonviable according to the description of Wasas et al., 1998 [13].
The isolates produced alpha hemolytic colonies on blood agar plate after 48 hours of incubation and reduced surface growth on China blue mannitol agar (Fig.
Each of the three organisms (one test organism and both control organisms) were grown overnight on a separate blood agar plate before they were streaked onto the same Muller-Hinton agar plate.
pneumoniae was grown on blood agar plate and incubated at 37[degrees]C for 24 hours.
The National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards guidelines regarding optochin inhibition recommended using a blood agar plate specifying neither the type of blood nor the type of agar.
According to this review for the Infectious Diseases Society of America, the great majority of RADT's now available have excellent specificity (> 95%) compared with blood agar plate cultures.
If either the blood agar plate or the Lim broth preparation grew GBS, the results were reported as positive.