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  • Used for the cultivation and enumeration of yeasts and molds. Conforms with specification of The United States Pharmacopeia (USP). Recommended by the American Public Health Association for plate counts of yeasts and molds in the examination of foods and dairy products. Recommended in the USP for…

  • Specified as Soybean-Casein Digest Agar Medium in the USP. Used for the isolation and cultivation of non-fastidious and fastidious microorganisms. Utilized for a multitude of purposes. Not the medium of choice for anaerobes.

  • Nutrient Agar


    For the cultivation of bacteria and for the enumeration of organisms in water, sewage, feces and other materials.

  • mEI Agar


    A selective culture medium used for the chromogenic detection and enumeration of enterococci in water by the single-step membrane filtration technique. Conforms with USEPA Approved Method 1600: Enterococci in Water by Membrane Filtration Using membrane-Enterococcus Indosyl-β-Glucoside Agar (mEI).

  • For use with Minimal Glucose Agar and S. typhimurium strains in the Ames assay.

  • General Purpose medium for the cultivation of fastidious and non-fastidious microorganisms. Lecithin and Tween are added to nullify certain chemical residues found in germicides and disinfectants. Added Thymidine for the detection of Thymidine dependant SCVs or Small-colony variants.

  • TK Medium


    Used for the isolation of mycobacterium.

  • Used for cultivating yeasts, molds and other microorganisms that thrive in acidic environments.

  • Used for cultivating fastidious microorganisms and for the visualization of hemolytic reactions produced by many bacterial species. Store in Refrigerator.

  • Used for the growth and maintenance recombinant strains of E. Coli.

  • Also known as Tryptone Glucose Yeast Agar. Used for obtaining microbial plate counts from milk and dairy products, foods, water and other materials of sanitary importance.

  • For the detection and enumeration of microorganisms present on surfaces of sanitary importance. Store in Refrigerator.

  • Slightly selective and differential medium for the detection of coliform organisms and enteric pathogens.

  • A very nutritious general purpose media used to cultivate a wide variety of non-fastidious organisms.

  • For culture of S. typhimurium strains and E. coli WP2.

  • Blood Agar


    Used for the isolation, cultivation and detection of hemolytic activity of streptococci and other fastidious microorganisms.

  • Used for the recovery of anaerobic microorganisms, especially fastidious anaerobic bacteria.

  • General-purpose medium for the cultivation of pathogenic and nonpathogenic fungi. Recommended in the USP for use in performing total combined mold and yeast counts (Microbial Limit Tests). Lecithin neutralizes quaternary ammonium compounds and Tween 80 neutralizes disinfectants. …

  • Used for the maintenance and propagation of yeasts.

  • Used for the cultivation and differentiation of Enterococcus faecalis.

  • Also known as Tech Agar (used for enhancement of pyocyanin production by Pseudomonas).  

  • mFC Media


    mFC Agar and mFC Broth Base are used with Rosolic Acid in cultivation and enumerating fecal coliforms by the membrane filter technique at elevated temperatures.

  • 1161 Mycoplasma agar (ATCC 243) with sucrose

  • Used in determining starch hydrolysis in microorganisms.

  • XLT4 Agar


    Used in the isolation of non-typhi Salmonella.

  • Used in determining hemolytic reactions.

  • For use in dilution antimicrobial susceptibility testing of Haemophilus influenza.

  • Used for the sterility testing of biologics and for the cultivation of anaerobes, aerobes and microaerophiles.

  • Used to isolate and enumerate yeasts and molds. Recommended in standard methods for the enumeration of yeasts and molds. Contains Chloramphenicol (also known as Antimicrobic Supplement C).

  • Used for the growth and maintenance recombinant strains of E. Coli. Contains half of the sodium chloride level as in the Miller formulation. This allows the researcher to select the optimal level of NaCl for a specific strain.

  • Used in quantitative procedures for susceptibility testing of aerobic and facultative anaerobic bacteria isolated from clinical specimens.

  • Used for the selective isolation of fastidious and slow-growing anaerobic bacteria from a variety of materials. Contains Vitamin K1.

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