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  • For the cultivation of fungi.

  • Nutrient Agar Slant

    Hardy Diagnostics

    For the cultivation of non-fastidious microorganisms.

  • Slant Racks

    Bel-Art - SP Scienceware

    This polypropylene rack has slanted sides to help prepare agar media slants in 13-16 or 16-20mm tubes. Media-filled tubes are autoclaved with the rack in a vertical position; then the rack is positioned to the preferred angle and media allowed to cool and harden. One side is inclined 5° to create a…

  • For the identification of gram negative bacilli.

  • The Chocolate II Agar slant is an improved medium for use in qualitative procedures for cultivation of fastidious microorganisms, especially Neisseria and Haemophilus species, from a variety of clinical specimens.

  • Sabouraud Dextrose Agar is used in qualitative procedures for cultivation of dermatophytes. The medium is rendered more selective for fungi by the addition of chloramphenicol.

  • For the cultivation of microorganisms.

  • Simmons Citrate Agar Slant

    Hardy Diagnostics

    For the detection of citrate utilization of gram negative enteric bacilli.

  • Chocolate Agar Slant

    Hardy Diagnostics

    For the cultivation of fastidious bacteria.

  • Simmons Citrate Agar is used for the differentiation of gram-negative bacteria on the basis of citrate utilization.

  • …source for differentiating Escherichia coli and Enterobacter aerogenes by IMViC tests. Later on Simmons (2) modified Kosers formulation by adding agar and bromo thymol blue (3). It is recommended by APHA (4). Ammonium dihydrogen phosphate and sodium citrate serve as the sole nitrogen and carbon…

  • Trypticase Soy Agar is used for the isolation and cultivation of fastidious as well as nonfastidious microorganisms, including anaerobic as well as aerobic bacteria, although it is not the medium of choice for anaerobes.

  • Tryptic Soy Agar (TSA) Slant

    Hardy Diagnostics

    For the cultivation of microorganisms. For use as a general growth medium for the isolation and cultivation of microorganisms. This medium is also recommended for use in the cultivation, storage, maintenance, and transportation of pure cultures of microorganisms.

  • TSI Agar is used for the differentiation of gram-negative enteric bacilli based on carbohydrate fermentation and the production of hydrogen sulfide.

  • Used for the differentiation of gram-negative enteric bacilli. Determines carbohydrate fermentation and hydrogen sulfide production.

  • …a sterile bent glass rod. Incubate at 35-37°C for 40-72 hours. The media can be used for long term storage after sufficient growth is obtained. Agar slants are used for maintenance of cultures over a shorter period of time. Directions: Suspend 21.70 grams in 1000 ml distilled water containing 5…

  • Tryptic Soy Agar

    Edge Biologicals

    Tryptic soy agar is a general purpose medium for the isolation, cultivation, and storage (in slant form) of fastidious and non-fastidious microorganisms.

  • …tube. Triple Sugar Iron Agar should be used in parallel with Urea Agar / Broth (M112/M111) to distinguish between Salmonella and Proteus species. The reactions can be summarized as follows: Alkaline slant / acid butt - only glucose fermented Acid slant / acid butt - glucose and…

  • Urea Agar Base is formulated in accordance with Christensen formulation. Rustigian and Stuart had originally formulated a medium to detect urease activity. However these media differentiate between rapid urease positive Proteus species and other urease positive organisms like Citrobacter,…

  • … Shigella ) initially produce a yellow slant due to acid produced by the fermentation of the small amount of glucose (dextrose). When glucose (dextrose) supply is exhausted in the aerobic environment of the slant, the reaction reverts to alkaline (red slant) due to oxidation of the acids produced.…

  • …of the tube. Triple Sugar Iron Agar should be used in parallel with Urea Agar / Broth (M112/M111) to distinguish between Salmonella and Proteus species. The reactions can be summarized as follows: Alkaline slant / acid butt-only glucose fermented Acid slant / acid butt-glucose and sucrose…

  • …of the tube. Triple Sugar Iron Agar should be used in parallel with Urea Agar / Broth (M112/M111) to distinguish between Salmonella and Proteus species. The reactions can be summarized as follows: Alkaline slant / acid butt-only glucose fermented Acid slant / acid butt-glucose and sucrose…

  • …the tube. Triple Sugar Iron Agar should be used in parallel with Urea Agar / Broth (M112/M111) to distinguish between Salmonella and Proteus species. The reactions can be summarized as follows: Alkaline slant / acid butt- Only glucose fermented Acid slant / acid butt- Glucose and sucrose…

  • …of the agar by the formation of cracks in the butt of the medium. Pure cultures of suspected organisms from plating media such as MacConkey Agar (M081), Bismuth Sulphite Agar (M027) or Deoxycholate Citrate Agar (M065), SS Agar (M108) etc. are inoculated on Kligler Iron Agar for identification.…

  • …amount of alkali. ISO Committee has recommended Urea Agar Base, Christensen (M112I), with one phosphate, instead of two phosphates for detection of rapid urease activity. Heavy inoculum of growth is inoculated on the surface of the slants. On incubation urea is utilized to form ammonia, which…

  • Urea Agar Base Media is a slight modification of Christensen formulation and is recommended by BIS for identification of urease activity. Rustigian and Stuart had originally formulated a medium to detect urease activity. These media differentiate between rapid urease positive Proteus species and…

  • Scienceware® Rack Slanter

    Bel-Art - SP Scienceware

    Tilt your test tube rack to 25°, 35° or 45° to reduce hand strain when working with pipettors. Also ideal for creating agar slant tubes or use with the Mini-Magnifier to aid in the viewing of Petri dishes. Base legs have predetermined slots that stand slides in and out of to…

  • The bacillus cereus culture is freeze dried into a lyophilized pellet packaged in a sterile plastic vial. The culture includes one tube of rehydrating broth and one tube agar slant, sterile swab and instructions. DOT: Not-regulated

  • The E. coli JM101 culture is freeze dried into a lyophilized pellet packaged in a sterile plastic vial. The culture includes one tube of rehydrating broth and one tube agar slant, sterile swab and instructions. DOT: Not-regulated

  • The serratia marcescens culture is freeze dried into a lyophilized pellet packaged in a sterile plastic vial. The culture includes one tube of rehydrating broth and one tube agar slant, sterile swab and instructions. DOT: Not-regulated

  • The bacillus subtilis culture is freeze dried into a lyophilized pellet packaged in a sterile plastic vial. The culture includes one tube of rehydrating broth and one tube agar slant, sterile swab and instructions. DOT: Not-regulated

  • The E. coli culture is freeze dried into a lyophilized pellet packaged in a sterile plastic vial. The culture includes one tube of rehydrating broth and one tube agar slant, sterile swab and instructions. DOT: Not-regulated

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