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  • Certified Beef Extract

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    Beef extract, certified is prepared from specially selected fresh, lean beef for use in bacteriological culture media. It is a mixture of peptides and amino acids, nucleotide fractions, organic acids, minerals and some vitamins, providing an undefined source of nutrients which supports good growth…

  • Novobiocin Supplement

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    An antibiotic supplement for the presumptive identification of Aeromonas hydrophila . Storage and Shelf Life Store at 2-8°C. Use before the expiry date on the label.

  • Agar powder, Bacteriological

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  • Rosolic Acid

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    Rosolic Acid solution is recommended for selective isolation of coliform bacteria. Storage and Shelf Life Store between 10-30°C. Use before expiry date on the label.

  • Potato Dextrose Agar

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    Potato Dextrose Agar is recommended by APHA (1) and F.D.A. (2) for plate counts of yeasts and moulds in the examination of foods and dairy products (3). Potato Dextrose Agar is also used for stimulating sporulation, for maintaining stock cultures of certain dermatophytes and for differentiation of…

  • HiCrome™ Vibrio Agar

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    HiCrome Vibrio Agar is recommended for the isolation, and selective chromogenic differentiation of seafood.

  • Granulated EC Broth

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    Granulated EC Broth is for selective enumeration of faecal and nonfaecal coliforms in water, wastewater and shell fish.

  • Nutrient Agar

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    Nutrient media are basic culture media used for maintaining microorganisms, cultivating fastidious organisms by enriching with serum or blood and are also used for purity checking prior to biochemical or serological testing (1, 2). Nutrient Agar is ideal for demonstration and teaching purposes…

  • Mycoplasma Synoviae Medium Base

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  • Violet Red Bile Agar

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    Violet Red Bile Agar is recommended by APHA for the detection and enumeration of coliform organisms in water, milk, dairy and other food products (1,2). It is also recommended by BIS as a presumptive test solid medium for detection and estimation of coliform bacteria in food stuff (3). Druce et al…

  • Triple Sugar Iron Agar

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    Triple Sugar Iron Agar was originally proposed by Sulkin and Willett (1) and modified by Hajna (2) for identifying Enterobacteriaceae . This medium complies with the recommendation of APHA, for the examination of meat and food products (3), for the examination of milk and dairy products (4) and…

  • Certified Proteose Peptone

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    It is prepared from peptic digest of animal tissues, mainly ox hearts. It is a mixture of peptides and free amino acids, it can replace meat infusion-peptone combinations. Appearance Yellowish brown Homogenous Free flowing powder,having Characteristic odour but not putrescent. Solubility …

  • MacConkey Agar (Agar Medium H)

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    MacConkey Agar is the earliest selective and differential medium for cultivation of coliform organisms (1, 2). Subsequently MacConkey Agar and Broth have been recommended for use in microbiological examination of foodstuffs (3) and for direct plating / inoculation of water samples for coliform…

  • MUG Lauryl Sulphate Broth, Modified

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    The coliform group consists of several genera of bacteria belonging to the family Enterobacteriaceae . Lauryl Sulphate Broth formulated by Mallmann and Darby (1) is recommended by APHA for the detection and enumeration of coliform organisms in foods, water and waste water (2, 3). MUG is added in…

  • Spirit Blue Agar

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  • Meat Peptone

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  • Selenite Broth (Selenite F Broth)

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    Klett (1) first demonstrated the selective inhibitory effects of selenite and Guth (2) used it to isolate Salmonella Typhi . Leifson fully investigated selenite and formulated the media (3). Enrichment media are routinely employed for detection of pathogens in faecal specimens as the pathogens are…

  • Sabouraud Dextrose Agar

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    Sabouraud Dextrose Agar is Carliers modification (1) of the formulation described by Sabouraud (2) for the cultivation of fungi (yeasts, moulds), particularly useful for the fungi associated with skin infections. This medium is also employed to determine microbial contamination in food, cosmetics,…

  • Sheep Blood Agar Base

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  • Tryptone Broth (Tryptone Water)

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  • TCBS Agar

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  • SS Agar (Salmonella Shigella Agar)

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    SS Agar medium is recommended as differential and selective medium for the isolation of Salmonella and Shigella species from pathological specimens (1) and suspected foodstuffs (2, 3, 4, 5) and for microbial limit test (6). SS Agar is a moderately selective medium in which gram-positive…

  • Mueller Hinton Agar

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    The Mueller Hinton formulation was originally developed as a simple, transparent agar medium for the cultivation of pathogenic Neisseria species (1). Other media were subsequently developed that replaced the use of Mueller Hinton Agar for the cultivation of pathogenic Neisseria species, but it…

  • Coliform PA Broth

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    Bacteriological Examination of water samples to determine its suitability for drinking and other domestic purpose has traditionally been done by the most probable number (MPN) procedures or the membrane filter (MF) technique (6). Although these methods have been useful, disadvantages such as space…

  • Hoyle Medium Base

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    The most common disease caused by Corynebacterium diphtheriae is diphtheria, an acute communicable disease manifested by both local infection of the upper respiratory tract and the systemic effects of the toxin, which are most notable in the heart and peripheral nerves (1). Hoyle Medium Base,…

  • Folic Acid Casei Medium

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    Folic Acid Casei Medium is used for the microbiological assay of folic acid in blood serum using Lactobacillus casei ATCC 7469 as the test organism.

  • SIM Medium

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  • Liver Veal Agar

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    Anaerobic bacteria live in an oxygen-free environment. Some anaerobic bacteria actually die if oxygen is present while others fail to grow and multiply (1). One of the methods of cultivation of anaerobes is using the Sprays medium by using the anaerobic culture dish (2). Liver Veal Agar is…

  • Glasgow's Minimum Essential Medium (GMEM)

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    Glasgow's Minimum Essential Medium is a modification of Basal medium Eagle (BME). Ian Macpherson and Michael Stoker added tryptose phosphate broth and twice the concentration of amino acids and vitamins to BME. The medium was originally used to culture BHK-21 clone 13 cells, used for investigating…

  • Shigella Broth Base

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    Shigella are gram-negative, non-motile, non-spore forming rod-shaped bacteria closely related to Escherichia coli and Salmonella . Shigella infection is typically via ingestion (faecal-oral contamination), depending on age and condition of the host, as few as 10 bacterial cells can be enough to…

  • HiCrome™ ECC Agar

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    HiCrome ECC Agar is a differential medium recommended for presumptive identification of coliforms in food and environmental samples.

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