Question

Define what a MIC > 32 µg/mL means. What result would be expected? What does the test result tell us about the strain?d

Answer #1

**MIC value means Minimum
Inhibitory Concentration. This is the minimum concentration of an
antibiotic which inhibits growth of a particular bacteria or
bacterial strain. This is expressed in μg/mL unit. Here MIC greater
than 32 μg/mL means that if we add 32 μg/mL concentration of the
antibiotic, then we can observe inhibition of bacterial growth.
Below this concentration there will be no visible growth inhibition
for the antibiotic.**

**This MIC value is found to
be higher in comparison to normal MIC value found. So Bacterial
strain may be inherited resistance between this antibiotic, so that
a high concentration is required for its growth inhibition. So,
this strain may be resistant to some extent against the applied
antibiotic.**

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