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  • …should be carried out at 35-37°C under anaerobic conditions for 48 hours. Negative cultures should be incubated for 7 day before reporting. Storage and Shelf-life: Store dehydrated powder and prepared medium at 2-8°C in tightly closed container. Use before expiry date on label. …

  • …the generation of anaerobic, microaerophilic or CO2-enriched atmospheres. The generation of these atmospheres is achieved either with gas-generating tablets or with iron powder and inorganic carbonate. In either method, the reaction takes place within a container designed for this…

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

  • The Simport Eco-Friendly SpecTainer™, one of the most innovative specimen containers on the market today, is now available in a new version: The Eco-Friendly SpecTainer™, a rapidly degradable Specimen Container. Plastics take hundreds of years to degrade naturally in the environment. The…

  • …Petri dishes are available for both sizes. BD GasPak EZ Container Systems (1094M16, M19, M22) Rapidly create either an anaerobic, microaerophilic or CO2 enriched environment. Use GasPak EZ Containers or traditional GasPak Jars. Waterless, catalyst-free and air-activated.…

  • …for Anaerobics Storage Temperature: 2-8°C Application: Anaerobe Indicator Test is a sachet containing a test strip saturated with resazurin solution. It is for checking the atmosphere in sealed containers used for incubation. The color change from pink to white indicates anaerobic conditions.…

  • …Phenylethanol Blood Agar An enriched selective medium utilized to isolate obligate anaerobic bacteria from clinical specimens Particularly useful in selective isolation of anaerobes from mixed samples that contain rapid growing gram-negative bacteria This medium should not be utilized for…

  • Vancomycin HardyDisk™

    Hardy Diagnostics

    For the differentiation of anaerobic bacteria based on susceptibility to vancomycin. Each cartridge contains 50 disks that are spring loaded for smooth and reliable dispensing from the single metal disk dispenser by BD BioSciences.

  • Kanamycin HardyDisk™

    Hardy Diagnostics

    Differentiates anaerobic bacteria on the basis of susceptibility to kanamycin. Each cartridge contains 50 disks that are spring loaded for smooth and reliable dispensing from the single metal disk dispenser by BD BioSciences.

  • …EZ Gas Generating Container Systems are multi-use systems that produce atmospheres suitable to support the primary isolation and cultivation of anaerobic, microaerophilic, or capnophilic bacteria by use of gas generating sachets inside multi-use incubation containers. Active Ingredients…

  • Sterility Testing Medium B is used for checking the presence of anaerobic microorganisms in pharmacopeial articles (1). The medium contains peptic digest of animal tissue and meat extract which provides carbonaceous, nitrogenous compounds and essential growth nutrients for the growth of organisms.…

  • …for the generation of anaerobic, microaerophilic or CO2 enriched atmospheres. The generation of these atmospheres is achieved either with gas-generating tablets or with iron powder and inorganic carbonate. In either method, the reaction takes place within a container designed for this purpose.…

  • …of anaerobes isolated from wounds. Moore et al (2) have recommended this modified medium for subculturing of anaerobic isolates to be examined by gas liquid chromatography. The medium contains Beef Heart granules, which provides amino acids and nutrients. It also contains glutathione,…

  • …Vitamin K1 is a modified (4, 5, 6) and highly enriched medium, which can be used for the isolation of Brucella and other anaerobic bacteria (2, 3). The medium contain casein enzymic hydrolysate, peptic digest of animal tissue and yeast extract as sources of carbon, nitrogen and essential…

  • …equilibrium of the medium. Agar in 0.1% concentration helps create appropriate conditions for growth of anaerobic bacteria. Storage and Shelf-life: Store below 30°C in tightly closed container and the prepared medium at 2 - 8°C. Use before expiry date on the label. References:…

  • Liver Meat Agar

    HiMedia

    …Some anaerobic bacteria actually die if oxygen is present, while others fail to grow and multiply (1). Meat liver base provides adequate degree of anaerobiosis and is also rich source of growth nutrients, which enables even the strict and fastidious anaerobes to grow well. Some anaerobes (e.g.…

  • …bacteria (lives with oxygen) and anaerobic bacteria (lives without oxygen). The Platinum Microbe Testing Kit provides five (5) sets of three (3) plates each (15 plates). Each set contains a plate for yeast (quad-plate), aerobic bacteria (bi-plate), and anaerobic bacteria (bi-plate) to allow the…

  • …used in the cultivation of fastidious and nonfastidious microorganisms, including aerobic and anaerobic bacteria, from a variety of clinical and nonclinical materials. The broth medium which contains 6.5% sodium chloride is used to differentiate the enterococci from nonenterococcal group D…

  • Sterile Culture Tubes

    Stockwell Scientific

    …are fitted with our own 2-position cap specifically designed for optimal reliability and containment of your sample. Suitable for a variety of laboratory procedures, these tubes are available in polypropylene and polystyrene. The 2-position cap provides either aerobic or anaerobic sample storage.

  • …enzyme catalase is preset in most aerobic and facultatively anaerobic bacteria, with the major exception of streptococci and enterococci. The enzyme catalase decomposes hydrogen peroxide into water and oxygen. Catalase Reagent Droppers contain a hydrogen peroxide solution of approximately 3% (2.5%…

  • …leaching from sulfur-containing mineral deposits. Surface waters do not usually contain high sulfide concentrations. Sulfides result from the decomposition of organic matter, from bacterial sulfate reduction under anaerobic conditions and from various chemical processes The Methylene Blue…

  • …performance have been recorded (1). Mueller Hinton Agar No. 2 is used in the susceptibility testing of rapidly growing aerobic and facultatively anaerobic bacteria from clinical specimens. Kirby-Bauer et al recommended this medium for performing antibiotic susceptibility tests using a single disc of…

  • …leaching from sulfur-containing mineral deposits. Surface waters do not usually contain high sulfide concentrations. Sulfides result from the decomposition of organic matter, from bacterial sulfate reduction under anaerobic conditions and from various chemical processes. The Methylene Blue…

  • …detect small number of anaerobic organisms. Standard procedures for the isolation of organism should be referred. Incubation should be carried out for 18-48 hours and continued for 7 days. Storage and Shelf-life: Store below 30°C in tightly closed container and use the prepared medium…

  • …prepared as per the original formula of Brewer (1, 2). It contains highly nutritious proteose peptone and beef infusion, which support luxuriant growth of even fastidious bacteria. Sodium thioglycollate helps to create anaerobic condition as well as neutralizes toxicity of mercurial compounds…

  • …assembly can be sealed with tape for anaerobic applications Special treatment provides the ideal surface for the successful attachment and growth of cells. Overall dimensions 66 x 66 mm. Packaged in sleeves of four, with cover in place; case contains 30 sleeves; tape not included. For sterile…

  • Caps

    TriForest

    …layer of protection to the standard septum caps. Port Cap Kit (3-Port and 4-Port) Given the multiple port needs of our customers, we have designed the port cap in autoclavable polypropelene. It contains three ports that could be used simultaneously or seperately. Port covers included.

  • …leaching from sulfur-containing mineral deposits. Surface waters do not usually contain high sulfide concentrations. Sulfides result from the decomposition of organic matter, from bacterial sulfate reduction under anaerobic conditions and from various chemical processes. The Methylene Blue…

  • GBS Medium Base

    HiMedia

    …colonies when incubated under anaerobic conditions. The orange red pigment of group B Streptococci also has the characteristic of a carotenoid (3). GBS Medium Base also supports growth of other genital bacteria that cause perinatal infections (1), e.g. anaerobic Streptococcus, Bacteroides and…

  • …a tube containing transport medium into which the swab applicator is placed after sampling. The transport media is non-nutritious, buffered with phosphate and provide a reduced environment, due to its formulation with sodium thioglycollate Preferred samples for anaerobic investigations…

  • …sleeve purchase comes with one free sequence identification. Quadrant 1: Contains an antibiotic, Chloramphenicol, which prevents the growth of bacteria and selects for the growth of yeast.  Quadrant 2 contains an antifungal, Cycloheximide, which prevents the growth of yeast and selects…

  • …YADH-1 is expressed during anaerobic fermentation, YADH-2 is expressed in the cytoplasm and YADH-3 is localized to the mitochondria. General description: Alcohol:NAD + oxidoreductase. Alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH) from yeast is a metalloenzyme containing four zinc atoms per molecule.…

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