MIC50

AcronymDefinition
MIC50Minimum Inhibitory Concentration required to inhibit the growth of 50% of organisms
MIC50Minimum Inhibitory Concentration Reached by 50%
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tuberculosis (33 MDR, 34 non-MDR) isolates showed MIC50 and 90 values of 0.5 [micro]g/mL in a study by Ermertcan et al.
For imipenem and tigecycline, the difference in MIC90 and MIC50 was minimal.
maltophilia isolates 35 representatives BMD S [less than or equal to] 2 [micro]g/ml R > 2 [micro]g/ml Bacterial species MIC range; MIC50 % resistant ([micro]g/ml) 42 A.
The lowest concentration that inhibited 50% of visual growth was recorded and interpreted as the MIC50. The MIC testing was performed according to the recommendations of the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI).
The extracts demonstrated anti-Th pylori activity with zone of inhibition range of 0-38 mm and MIC50 range of 0.06-5.0 mg/mL, respectively.
Antibiotic susceptibility in Kingella species isolates MIC50 MIC90 Amoxicillin 0.064 0.5 Cefotaxime 0.094 0.125 Ciprofloxacin 0.047 0.064 Meropenem 0.064 0.125 Trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole 0.02 >32 Range Amoxicillin [less than or equal to] 0.016-0.5 Cefotaxime 0.032-0.125 Ciprofloxacin 0.016-0.064 Meropenem 0.008-0.125 Trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole [less than or equal to] 0.02->32 % Susceptible K.
Bacterial growth inhibition is expressed in terms of MIC50 (ug/mL) which is defined as the minimum amount of substance to inhibit 50% bacterial growth.
To derive species sensitivity distributions, we used pooled MIC50 and NOEC values only from genera for which there was evidence to suggest that--under certain conditions--the genera could grow in an environmental compartment (e.g., soil, sewage, fresh water) (for details regarding the selection of genera, see Supplemental Material, Section 2 and Table S2).
As reported in Table 1, for all the twenty MRSA clinical isolates and the ATCC43300, MIC50 and MIC90 were calculated, as well as [MBC.sub.50] and [MBC.sub.90].