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  • UN No.: UN1814 Class: 8 Pkg. Group: PG II

  • for microbiology Synonym(s): Anaerobe gas generation bags

  • The Brew Plate™ Anaerobic Bi-Plate

    Bioplast Manufacturing

    …color from green to yellow. Quadrant 2: Hsu’s Lactobacillus/Pediococcus Agar (HLP) detects Lactobacillus and Pediococcus bacteria, major bacterial contaminants encountered during the brewing process. For optimal growth, an anaerobic gas generator sachet should be used during incubation.

  • …charges GasPak 150 rack for 36 x 100 mm culture dish One GasPak tube holder Permits anaerobic culturing in 150 mm style Petri dishes, enabling susceptibility testing on anaerobes. Similar to 1094G75, but includes the GasPak 150 vented jar. Useful in an evacuation-replacement system…

  • …holding 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…

  • …create an anaerobic environment. Two gas ports allow the cabinet atmosphere to be rapidly and effectively flushed. The gas port stopcocks are 4mm diameter and accepts 6mm (1/4") tubing. The door seals against a gasket and closes with two roller latches. Clear polystyrene cabinet. Gas purge to…

  • The GasPak™ 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. …

  • …yellow. Quadrant 3: Hsu's Lactobacillus/Pedioccocus Agar (HLP) detects Lactobacillus and Pediococcus bacteria. For optimal growth, an anaerobic gas generator sachet should be used during incubation. Quadrant 4: Lin's Cupric Sulfate Media (LCSM) detects non-Saccharomyces wild yeast and…

  • Self-contained anaerobic systems featuring the exclusive BBL room temperature catalyst Uses GasPak or GasPak Plus™ hydrogen and carbon dioxide generator envelope; does not require vacuum pumps, gas tanks, manometers or pressure-reducing valves. GasPak products are utilized for the…

  • … UNSPSC Code: 12352000 Features and Benefits: A convenient solid source of hydrogen gas. Each pellet readily liberates ~500mL of hydrogen gas upon contact with water. Useful for producing an anaerobic reducing atmosphere in biological experiments. Cobalt-doped Application: Sodium borohydride…

  • …Cooked Meat Medium originally developed by Robertson (1) for cultivation 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…

  • …total lactic acid bacteria populations in food and environmental samples. Self-contained anaerobic environment enabled by oxygen-scavenging technology and oxygen-barrier films. No gas packs, chambers, or CO2 incubators needed Results in 48 hours of incubation time Ready-to-use…

  • Packed column made up of stainless steel are basically employed when higher carrier gas flow rates are employed as they can sustain elevated pressure. Stainless steel columns are usually washed with dilute hydrochloric acid, then with water followed by methanol, acetone, methylene dichloride and…

  • Lactose Broth

    HiMedia

    …etc. under test, and incubated at 35°C and examined for gas formation after 24 and 48 hours. Members of the coliform group are defined as aerobic and facultative anaerobic gram-negative and non-sporing bacilli which ferment lactose with gas formation within 48 hours at 35°C. In testing dairy…

  • Liver Veal Agar

    HiMedia

    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…

  • Lactose Broth

    HiMedia

    …etc. under test, and incubated at 35°C and examined for gas formation after 24 and 48 hours. Members of the coliform group are defined as aerobic and facultative anaerobic gram-negative and non-sporing bacilli, which ferment lactose with gas formation within 48 hours at 35°C. In testing dairy…

  • Omni-Fit Valve NMR System

    SP Wilmad-LabGlass

    The Wilmad Omni-Fit NMR valve system is designed for easy injection of samples through a gas-tight syringe without the need for a glove box in anaerobic applications. Omni-Fit valve (OFV) is a complete accessory set Comprised of a 5mm end cap, 2 way valve, septum with cap, barrel coupler,…

  • …used for detection i.e. lactose fermentation. This group is defined as all aerobic and facultative anaerobic, gram-negative, non-spore-forming rod shaped bacteria that ferment lactose with gas and acid formation within 48 hour at 35°C (1, 2). Examination of foods, ingredients and raw materials,…

  • …laboratory personnel - no open flame or hazardous gas Sterilization takes only 5 to 7 seconds at optimum sterilizing temperature of 1,600°F; no need to wait for loops or needles to turn red. Unit does not require oxygen so it can be used in anaerobic chambers. Air mixtures or drafts do not affect…

  • …The 70mm vented cap has a 0.20µm PVDF hydrophobic membrane to allow for sterile gas exchange while preventing contamination. A silicone liner ensures a tight seal between the cap and flask. A solid cap is available for anaerobic cultures. The flasks, cap and liners are all fully autoclavable.

  • Low Pressure/Vacuum Tubes

    SP Wilmad-LabGlass

    Wilmad’s low pressure/vacuum (LPV) tube is ideal for anaerobic and gas-tight NMR experiments, and offers a convenient flame-free sealing solution for air sensitive or volatile liquid samples. Robust sealing system allows pressure build-up inside the sample Greaseless PTFE piston…

  • …membrane to allow sterile gas exchange while preventing contamination. Since these caps are vented, the flasks can be autoclaved with the cap attached.Please Note: Glass Shake and Fernbach flasks are not designed for use with a SOLID screw cap for culture of anaerobic microorganisms. (Pressure…

  • Abdos Petri Dish 90mm

    Foxx Life Sciences

    …use of incubator space. The vented dishes have elevated lids for superior gas exchange and evaporation. Non-vented dishes have flat lids that prevent evaporation to encourage a longer incubation period for anaerobic applications. Aseptic Dishes are manufactured in clean rooms, under controlled…

  • …transfer to the culture medium when used on an orbital shaker. Gray polypropylene vented cap has a 0.22µm (PTFE) hydrophobic membrane to allow gas exchange while preventing contamination. They have a liner-less plug seal design for efficient sealing. They are autoclavable at 121°C. Since…

  • Wilmad’s low pressure/vacuum (LPV) Suprasil tube is ideal for anaerobic and gas-tight EPR experiments, and offers a convenient flame-free sealing solution for air sensitive or volatile liquid samples. Robust sealing system allows pressure build-up inside the sample Greaseless PTFE…

  • …Russell is used for the differentiation of gram-negative enteric bacilli on the basis of their ability to ferment dextrose and lactose with or without gas formation. This medium was originally formulated by Russell (2) using litmus indicator. It was later modified by Nichols (3) and Nichols and Wood…

  • …environment of the slant, the reaction reverts to alkaline (red slant) due to oxidation of the acids produced. The reversion does not occur in the anaerobic environment of the butt, which therefore remains acidic yellow butt). Lactose fermenters produce yellow slants and butts because of lactose…

  • …environment of the slant, the reaction reverts to alkaline (red slant) due to oxidation of the acids produced. The reversion does not occur in the anaerobic environment of the butt, which therefore remains acidic (yellow butt). Lactose fermenters produce yellow slants and butts because of lactose…

  • …environment of the slant, the reaction reverts to alkaline (red slant) due to oxidation of the acids produced. The reversion does not occur in the anaerobic environment of the butt, which therefore remains acidic (yellow butt). Lactose fermenters produce yellow slants and butts because of lactose…

  • …production of a yellow color in agar due to the effect of acid production. Gas production is indicated by the splitting of agar or by the bubbles formation. Plates or tubes may be incubated aerobically or anaerobically depending on the type of the test organism. Addition of some carbohydrates may…

  • …the production of a yellow colour in agar due to the effect of acid production. Gas production is indicated by the splitting of agar or by the bubbles formation. Plates or tubes may be incubated aerobically or anaerobically depending on the type of the test organism. Storage and Shelf-life: …

  • …organisms. Sodium thiosulphate is reduced by certain species of enteric organisms to sulphite and H2S gas. This reductive enzymatic process is attributed to thiosulphate reductase. Production of H2S gas is detected as an insoluble black precipitate of ferrous sulphide, formed upon reaction of H2S…

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