Advancing the Field of Microbiology With Timely AST Standards
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CLSI is well known for its contributions to the field of microbiology, due to its diligent development of standards and guidelines that address test methods, quality control procedures, and the interpretation of test results in the clinical microbiology laboratory. In addition, these documents establish vital performance criteria for various culture media and automated procedures.
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