Minimum Inhibitory Concentration (MIC)
For use in vitro in determining quantitative antifungal susceptibility (MIC) of nonfastidious yeast including Candida species, Cryptococcus species, and miscellaneous other rapid-growing yeast species. Antimicrobial panel includes Amphotericin B, Fluconazole, Flucytosine (5-Fluorocytosine), Itraconazole, Caspofungin, Voriconazole, Posaconazole, Micafungin, and Anidulafungin.
Results reported in mcg/mL. The MIC is the minimum concentration required to inhibit the organism.
4 - 8 days
- Caspofungin, Yeast (MIC)
- Anidulafungin, Yeast (MIC)
- Micafungin, Yeast (MIC)
- Voriconazole, Yeast (MIC)
- Yeast, Antibiotic Susceptibility
- Susceptibility Testing, Yeast
- 5-Flucytosine, Yeast (MIC)
- Fluorocytosine, Yeast (MIC)
- 5-Fluorocytosine, Yeast (MIC)
- Flucytosine, Yeast (MIC)
- Amphotericin B, Yeast (MIC)
- Posaconazole, Yeast (MIC)
- Itraconazole, Yeast (MIC)
- Fluconazole, Yeast (MIC)
- Ancoban, Yeast (MIC)
Test performed on isolated organism in pure culture. Send infecting yeast on Sabouraud dextrose agar slant; agar plates are not acceptable. Place sealed agar slant inside clear, liquid tight SAF-T-PAK bag and seal tape liner. Place sealed bag and requisition inside white biohazard SAF-T-PAK envelope and seal. Transport at room temperature. Include antimicrobial(s), culture site, and suspected organism identification on requisition.
Test is referred to Mayo Medical Laboratories.