[Microbiology] from a high school science teacher

Richard Kurtz via microbio%40net.bio.net (by RKurtz from commack.k12.ny.us)
Mon Jun 8 12:53:07 EST 2015

To whom it may concern,

I am a high school science teacher on Long Island, New York.  I work with students who have an interest in science research.  We wanted to know if there is a protocol that we could use to screen soil for antibiotic resistant (different antibiotics) bacteria in a way that would in some broad way allow us to id the basic bacteria type.  Any help that someone could offer would be greatly appreciated.


Richard Kurtz
Science Department
Commack High School
1 Scholar Lane
Commack, NY 11725
(631) 912-2259
rkurtz from commack.k12.ny.us<mailto:rkurtz from commack.k12.ny.us>

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