LB

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AcronymDefinition
LBLinebacker
lbLibra (Latin: Pound; unit of mass)
LBLebanon
LBLow Battery
LBLight Blue
LBLong Beach (various locations)
LBLoad Balancing
LBLane Bryant
LBLabrador
LBLight Bulb
LBLarry Brown (basketball coach)
LBLittle Brother
LBLower Bound
LBLittle Boy (atomic bomb)
LBLaguna Beach (California)
LBLoad Balancer
LBLeft Back (soccer position)
LBLimp Bizkit (band)
LBLehman Brothers (investment services company)
LBLondon Borough
LBLandesbank (German: regional government bank)
LBLarge Business
LBLuria-Bertani
LBLight Bomber
LBLean Back (rapper)
LBLloyd Banks (rap artist)
LBLowboy (in-room safe type for hotels)
LBLong Barrel
LBLocal Bus
LBLost Boys
LBLinux Based
LBLeft Brain
LBLangmuir-Blodgett
LBLoverboy (band)
LBLoop Back
LBLive Birth
LBLotus Birth (leaving the placenta attached after birth)
LBLucille Ball
LBLance Bass
LBLocal Boys
LBLaurentian Bank (Canada)
LBLeft Bumper (Xbox 360 controller button)
LBLow Brass (music score)
LBLattice Boltzmann
LBLord British
LBLogistics Base
LBLloyd Aereo Boliviano (Bolivia, IATA airline code)
LBLouis Braille (inventor of 'braille')
LBLightbringer (World of Warcraft US server)
LBLimited Base
LBBank of Lithuania
LBLast Blade (SNK game)
LBLocal Battery
LBLogic Block
LBLutheran Brotherhood
LBLiquid Broth
LBLeaky Bucket (traffic policing algorithms)
LBLoveboat
LBLocal Buckling (structural element)
LBLanding Beach
LBBurst Length (Transmission Channel Parameter)
LBLoad Buffer
LBLine Booster
LBLiver Biology
LBLeft Behind Book Series (Jerry B. Jenkins and Tim F. LaHaye)
LBLysogeny Broth (bacterial growth medium)
LBLate Babylonian
LBLitter Bearer
LBLog Bay
LBLifeburn (gaming, Everquest)
LBLaboratorio Bioquímico (Guatemala, biologic laboratories)
LBLuna Broth
LBCarriers' Semi-Official Stamp (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
LBLongest Backup
LbLoss due to Blockage
LBLeg-Break (cricket)
LBLegally Blonde
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MCR-1 producers and the J53 isolate were cultured overnight in Luria-Bertani broth.
All Acinetobacter isolates were grown in Luria-Bertani broth (BD Laboratories, NJ, USA) at 37[degrees]C for 24 h with shaking.
Escherichia coli strains were grown in Luria-Bertani (LB) medium to which 100 [micro]g/ml ampicillin, 30 [micro]g/ml kanamycin, 30 [micro]g/ml chloramphenicol, or 0.
coli (BL21) harboring the recombinant plasmid pET21 a- klentaq1 was grown in Luria-Bertani broth containing ampicillin and was transferred to 20 ml of terrific broth and the culture was incubated at 37oC.
were isolated from 42 preheated soil samples plated on Luria-Bertani (LB) agar.
One mL of Luria-Bertani broth was introduced into tubes 2 to 11.
Bacteria were grown in 250 ml Luria-Bertani broth at 37[degrees]C for 19.
coli MG1655 mutants were grown in Luria-Bertani broth until the midexponential phase and were infected with P1 phage at a multiplicity of infection of approximately 5.
Most complex nutrient media used in a general microbiology lab (Nutrient Broth, Luria-Bertani Broth, or Trypticase Soy Broth) contain animal-derived ingredients, such as casein, tryptone, or meat extracts.
The media for phage cultivation were as follows: Luria-Bertani Agar (Difco Laboratories, 244520) for MS2; Nutrient Agar (Difco Laboratories, 213000) with 0.