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However, analysis of some commonly used bifidobacteria selective media found that none were fully selective and that they generally contained toxicity against some bifidobacteria (Silvi et al. , 1996). Other intestinal bacteria such as lactobacilli, which are major inhabitants of the small intestine, are commonly cultured from faecal or intestinal samples using either Rogosa (Difco) or acidified Man Rogosa Sharpe (MRS; Difco) or LAMVAB (Hartemink et al. , 1997) media; clostridia, which are present particularly in older individuals, can be isolated from human faeces using novobiocin colistin agar (NCA) and colistin crystal violet agar (CCA) (Fujisawa et al. , 1995); enterococci and fecal streptococci can be isolated using Stanetz-Bartley (SB) medium, also called Bacto m Enterococcus Agar (Difco), or oxolinic acid-esculin-azide.