Jun 24, 2019 to Jun 28, 2019
Nanaimo, BC

An intensive, five-day practical skills training on advanced techniques in fish health used for the detection and diagnosis of bacterial pathogens. Students will learn how to properly setup a bacteriology lab, the various types of culture media (including when and why they are used), bacteriology techniques plus differences between bacteria screening and diagnosis, including quality assurance and quality control applications. Common diagnostic techniques (e.g., streak plate for colony isolation, Gram’s stain, oxidative-fermentative test, antibiotic sensitivity tests) will be practiced on live bacterial cultures

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