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  • GasPak® System Accessories

    BD

    Catalyst Replacement Charges (1094G45) For use in the GasPak 100™ and GasPak 150™ GasPak® Dry Anaerobic Indicator Strips (1094L55) Strip changes from blue to colorless in the absence of oxygen

  • GasPak™ 150 Large Anaerobic Systems

    BD

    …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. An indicator

  • "Thioglycolate Broth with Resazurine, for microbiology"

    MilliporeSigma

    Synonyms: Fluid Thioglycolate Medium Application: For sterility testing of biologicals and for cultivation of aerobic and anaerobic organisms. Any increase in the oxygen content is indicated by a color change of redox indicator resazurin to red. Other Notes: Medium for aerobes and anaerobes 1

  • "Anaerobe Indicator Test, for microbiology"

    MilliporeSigma

    …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.…

  • Sachet Gaspak EZ W/Indicator Pk20

    BD

    …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 Include…

  • CRITERION™ Thioglycollate Medium without Indicator

    Hardy Diagnostics

    CRITERION™ Thioglycollate Medium without Indicator is recommended for the cultivation of aerobic, microaerophilic, and anaerobic microorganisms.

  • Methyl P-Hydroxybenzoate

    MP Biomedicals

    …inhibit yeast growth and can also be used as an antimicrobial agent for Grampositive anaerobic bacteria. It must be suspended in ethanol first, since it does not dissolve readily in water. It is also indicated to have some pheromonal properties. Typically used as a preservative in foods,…

  • 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.…

  • Sterility Testing Medium-B

    HiMedia

    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.…

  • Violet Red Bile Agar

    HiMedia

    …this group has been based on the method 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…

  • Violet Red Bile Agar

    HiMedia

    …test solid medium for detection and estimation of coliform bacteria in food stuff (3). Druce et al (4) found this medium equally good as the indicator of coli-aerogenes in milk as MacConkey Broth. Recently, the agar formulation is recommended by ISO committee for the enumeration of coliforms…

  • Violet Red Bile Agar (1.2%)

    HiMedia

    …enumeration of coli-aerogenes bacterial group. It relies on the use of the selective inhibitory components crystals violet and bile salts and the indicator system lactose, and neutral red. Thus, the growth of many unwanted organisms is suppressed, while tentative identification of sought bacteria…

  • S.F.P. Agar Base

    HiMedia

    …The foods in which conditions are favorable for sporulation may contain enterotoxin. The food poisoning can be diagnosed using quantitative anaerobic cultures to test food and faeces. Enumerating the microorganism in food samples plays a role in the epidemiological investigation of outbreaks…

  • M-Bismuth Sulphite Broth

    HiMedia

    …digest of animal tissue, beef extract and dextrose provide essential growth nutrients. Ferrous sulphate and bismuth sulphite indicator together act as H2S indicators. Brilliant green acts as selective agent. Luxuriant growth of Salmonella Typhi is obtained after 30 hours incubation at 35°C but…

  • M-Brilliant Green Broth

    HiMedia

    Salmonella is a gram-negative, facultatively anaerobic, non-sporulating, rod in the family Enterobacteriaceae . They are widely distributed in animals affecting mainly the stomach and the intestines. These organisms are difficult to differentiate biochemically from Escherichia coli . Geldreich…

  • GasPak™ 100 Systems

    BD

    …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. An indicator is placed…

  • Cooked Meat Medium

    HiMedia

    …extract, hemin and vitamin K act as growth enhancers for anaerobic microorganisms. The growth in this medium is indicated by the turbidity or bubble formation by some organisms. Blackening and disintegration of the meat particles indicate proteolysis. For best results, medium should be used on…

  • Kligler Iron Agar

    HiMedia

    …in production of acid, which turns the indicator from red to yellow. Since there is little sugar i.e. dextrose, acid production is very limited and therefore a reoxidation of the indicator is produced on the surface of the medium, and the indicator remains red. However, when lactose is fermented,…

  • SS Agar, Modified

    HiMedia

    …bacilli. On fermentation of lactose by few lactose-fermenting normal intestinal flora, acid is produced which is indicated by change of colour from yellow to red by the pH indicator neutral red. Thus these organisms grow as red-pigmented colonies. Lactose non-fermenting organisms grow as translucent…

  • Triple Sugar Iron Agar

    HiMedia

    …agar present maintains anaerobic conditions at the bottom of the broth. Methylene blue indicates oxygen content of the medium by exhibiting bluish-green colour to the medium in presence of oxygen. The uninoculated medium shows bluish green colour at the top indicating presence of oxygen in that…

  • Lactose Lecithin Agar

    HiMedia

    …under anaerobic conditions for 18-24 hours. Specimens should be inoculated on these pre-reduced plates. A non-selective media should be inoculated simultaneously (1, 6). An opalescent zone surrounding the colonies indicates lecithinase production. Yellow colour around colonies indicates lactose…

  • Double Sugar Agar, Russell

    HiMedia

    …acid production under aerobic condition (on the slant) and under anaerobic condition (in the butt) can be detected by the change in colour of the indicator. Phenol red is the pH indicator in the medium. Gaseous fermentation is indicated by splitting of the agar or by bubble formation in the butt.…

  • Kligler Iron Agar

    HiMedia

    …in production of acid, which turns the indicator from red to yellow. Since there is little sugar i.e. dextrose, acid production is very limited and therefore a reoxidation of the indicator is produced on the surface of the medium, and the indicator remains red. However, when lactose is fermented,…

  • Kliger Iron Agar, Modified

    HiMedia

    …in production of acid, which turns the indicator from red to yellow. Since there is little sugar i.e. dextrose, acid production is very limited and therefore a reoxidation of the indicator is produced on the surface of the medium, and the indicator remains red. However, when lactose is fermented,…

  • Lactose Broth

    HiMedia

    …that drinking water has been processed for safety, the finding of such organism demonstrates a failure of the process. It is a valuable bacterial indicator for determining the extent of fecal contamination of recreational surface waters or drinking water (1). Lactose Broth is recommended by APHA…

  • B.C.G.-Dextrose Agar (Snyder Test Agar)

    HiMedia

    …evidenced by a change in color of the indicator - bromo cresol green from blue-green to yellow (3). Peptic digest of animal tissue provides carbon, nitrogen, vitamins and minerals. Dextrose is the carbohydrate source and bromo cresol green is the pH indicator. Snyder Test Procedure: …

  • Lactose Broth

    HiMedia

    …(4) the discrete colonies obtained from EMB Agar Plates (M022S) are inoculated in Lactose Broth (M1003S). Formation of gas in the lactose tubes indicates presence of coliforms. This medium can be used as an alternate to Lauryl Sulphate Broth in the presumptive test of the MPN of standard coliforms.…

  • Fluid Thioglycollate Medium (FTM)

    HiMedia

    …and making the medium suitable to test materials containing heavy metals. (9,10). Any increase in the oxygen content is indicated by a colour change of redox indicator, resazurin to red (6,7,8). The small amount of agar helps in maintaining low redox potential for stabilizing the medium (9).…

  • M-EMB Broth

    HiMedia

    …is extremely useful in monitoring water samples. As related to the membrane filter technique, the coliform group is defined as those facultative anaerobic, gram-negative, non-spore-forming, rod-shaped bacteria that develop red colonies with a metallic sheen within 24 hours at 35-37°C on an Endo-type…

  • Fluid Thioglycollate Medium

    HiMedia

    …metal compounds which exert a bacteriostatic effect in the materials under examination. Any increase in the oxygen content is indicated by a color change of redox indicator, resazurin to red (4,5, 6). The small amount of agar helps in maintaining low redox potential for stabilizing the medium (7). …

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