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  • Tight Temperature Tolerance Incubator


    …sensitive process. The TTT incubator includes a removable shelf, a large viewing window and an easy to use digital control system with a configurable alarm and timer. The TTT is recommended for use with plates, trays and 100ml samples in testing for heterotrophic bacteria including coliform,…

  • Bacteria Tests

    incubation Easy to do Results in 48 hours Bacteria Check (3108U83) is a presumptive Presence-Absence test for Coliform bacteria based on Lactose Fermentation as described in Standard Methods and by the USEPA. Color change from purple to yellow afer 48 hour room temperature incubation

  • KS 3000 i & ic Control Incubator Shakers

    IKA Works

    …The electronically controlled incubator comes equipped with RS 232 and USB ports for PC interface. All functions can be controlled and documented using labworldsoft®. (software sold separately) Controls with antimicrobial coating for reduction of bacteria Junction box in the workspace…

  • Petrifilm™ Lactic Acid Bacteria Count Plate

    3M Food Safety

    …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…

  • Reinforced Clostridial Medium


    Used for cultivating and enumerating clostridia, other anaerobes, and other species of bacteria. A non-selective enrichment medium that grows various anaerobic and facultative bacteria when incubated anaerobically.

  • BBL™ CDC Anaerobe 5% Sheep Blood Agar


    …Blood Agar is used for the isolation and cultivation of fastidious and slow growing, obligately anaerobic bacteria from a variety of clinical and nonclinical materials. It also supports good growth of most aerobic, facultatively anaerobic and microaerophilic bacteria if incubated appropriately.

  • AnaeroGRO™ Brucella with Hemin and Vitamin K (BRU)

    Hardy Diagnostics

    …and Vitamin K is recommended for use in the primary isolation, quantitation, and partial identification of obligately anaerobic microorganisms from clinical specimens. The medium is also suitable for the growth of aerobic and microaerophilic bacteria when incubated under the appropriate conditions.

  • Bisulfateless Brucella Plates (BLBB) with GSS Supplement

    Quality Biological

    …without bisulfate Applications BLBB with GSS Supplements is a non-selective medium suitable for the growth of aerobic and microaerophilic bacteria when incubated under the appropriate conditions. BLBB Plates are useful for the enrichment, isolation and cultivation of Brucella species.

  • CDC Anaerobic Agar (5% Sheep)

    S2 Media

    …including fastidious strains This medium also supports moderate growth of most aerobic, facultative anaerobic, and microaerophilic bacteria when properly incubated Our manufacturing facility and QSM comply with cGMP's for medical device manufacturing Class I Medical Devices for in-vitro…

  • Reasoner's 2A Agar (R2A)

    S2 Media

    …found in treated potable water The low nutrient content medium promotes growth of stressed or damaged bacteria in conjunction with lower incubation temperatures and longer incubation times Our manufacturing facility and QSM comply with cGMP's for medical device manufacturing Stackable,…

  • X-Gal-IPTG, Ready- to-use, Spray


    … Supplied in a very easy to use and convenient to use Spray Bottle Also available in a Dropper Bottle Use: Spray 2-3 times on desired bacterial plate Spread and ensure absorption (wait ~5-10 minutes) Plate the transformed bacteria to be tested and incubate

  • Sachet Gaspak EZ W/Indicator Pk20


    …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 Ascorbic Acid, Activated Carbon, and Water 20 sachets per box

  • Broth Medium D (Lactose Monohydrate Broth)


    …solution pH 7.00 for the revival of Enterobacteriaceae and gram negative bacteria. The medium is incubated for a time sufficient to revive the bacteria but not the multiplication of the bacteria. It is recommended to incubate the medium usually for 2 ours and not for more than 5 hours.(4) …

  • R2A Broth


    …gives an estimate of the aerobic and facultatively anaerobic bacteria, which grow best at 35°C in a rich medium (3). R-2A Broth enables better recovery of these bacteria from treated waters under different incubation conditions. Many bacteria from natural waters, which contain limited nutrients at…

  • M-EC Test Agar


    …indicators. Filter the sample through a membrane filter. Place the membrane on M-EC Test Agar and incubate at 35 ± 0.5°C for 2 hours to rejuvenate injured or stressed bacteria and then incubate at 44.5 ± 0.2°C for 22 hours. Transfer filter to a filter pad saturated with urea substrate (Urea 2.0…

  • EchoTherm™ Digital, Electronic Chilling/Heating Dry Baths

    Torrey Pines Scientific

    …Applications include unattended restriction digestions or ligations, producing denatured probes or single stranded molecules, growing bacteria, oocyte storage, incubations, storing enzymes or DNA libraries at a workstation, cooling blood samples prior to coagulation testing and more. The small,…

  • InTray® GC - Prepared Culture Media

    Biomed Diagnostics

    …been carefully calculated to product a 5% CO2 environment. InTray GC’s nutritive device yields the best recovery of bacteria CFUs – for up to 72 hours when incubated. [1] Proper use and storage will conserve your laboratory space and minimize the risk of contamination to your sample…

  • Violet Red Bile Agar


    …lactose fermenters produce pale colonies. Other related gram-negative bacteria can be suppressed by incubation at > 42°C or by anaerobic incubation. An overlay method is helpful to improve the specificity of the medium. Incubation may be carried out at > 42°C for 18 hours, 32°C for…

  • WL Differential Agar


    …Agar plate is incubated aerobically to give a total yeast count while one WL Differential Agar plate gives the count of acetic acid bacteria, Flavobacterium, Proteus and thermophilic bacterial count when incubated aerobically. The other WL Differential Agar Plate is incubated anaerobically for…

  • MixMate®


    …and thus increases reproducibility. Applications include: Mixing PCR preparations Re-suspending pellets (e.g., bacteria, DNA, cell culture pellets) Incubation (e.g., ELISA assays) Quantification of proteins using colorimetric dyes (e.g., Bradford, Lowry, BCA) Reporter gene assays…

  • Tryptone Glucose Extract Agar


    …composition for the cultivation and enumeration of bacteria in air, water (2), milk and dairy products (3). Various authors have studied different aspects of this medium like study of thermophilic bacteria in milk (4), influence of incubation temperature (5) etc. It is used as a standard medium…

  • MacConkey Agar


    …do not alter appearance of the medium. Yersinia enterocolitica may appear as small, non-lactose fermenting colonies after incubation at room temperature. Bacteria causing food poisoning are also isolated on MacConkey Agar, such as Staphylococcus aureus and Faecal Streptococci. Storage…

  • Fluid Tetrathionate Medium without Iodine and BG


    …decomposition products. Brilliant green also helps to select Salmonella by inhibiting the accompanying bacteria. For further confirmation, streak the enriched cultures after incubation, on plates of Brilliant Green Agar (M016), MacConkey Agar (M081) and Bismuth Sulphite Agar (M027). …

  • Brilliant Green, Phenol Red, Lactose Monohydrate, Sucrose Agar


    …plated on Brilliant Green Agar along with Bismuth Sulphite Agar, SS Agar, MacConkey Agar. Nonlactose fermenting bacteria develop white to pinkish red colonies within 18-24 hours of incubation. Salmonella Typhi and Shigella species may not grow on this medium, moreover Proteus, Pseudomonas and …

  • CELLSTAR® OneWell Plate™

    Greiner Bio-One

    Range of application: HTS petri dish for the cultivation and screening of bacteria Beside general bacteriological applications, the OneWell Plate™ can be used as a multipurpose liquid container or disposable for the denaturation, hybridisation and washing of membranes (Southern, Northern…

  • Erlenmeyer Polycarbonate Steril Flasks


    … Threaded, flat bottom flasks with molded graduations Ideal for cell cultures - bacteria, baculovirus, microbes, algae, yeast and plants Also useful for storage, media prep and reagents Fit standard incubator shaking clamps and platforms Ready-to-use out of individually packed sterile bags…

  • KS 4000ic control

    IKA Works

    New innovative incubator shaker design with built-in cooler allowing unattended operation in a temperature-controlled environment. Large LED display for speed and time settings Controls with antimicrobial coating for reduction of bacteria Integrated PID temperature control (use of two…

  • HardyCHROM™ CRE Agar

    Hardy Diagnostics

    …those bacteria that release products when they use the chromogens as a substrate source appear colored. Klebsiella, Enterobacter, and Serratia spp. produce large, dark blue colonies. This media is to be stored and incubated in the dark. If you have a light in your refrigerator, incubator,

  • Mycoplasma-Off™ Wipes

    Minerva Biolabs

    …no need for multiple products when you have the convenience of a simple-to-use wipe. When you use a sponge or even paper towel, you can spread bacteria from one surface to another. Instead of killing germs, you are pushing them around and potentially increasing the contaminated surface area. …

  • AquaScreen® Fast Extract

    Minerva Biolabs

    …Membrane filters Incubation dishes Incubation, collection and sample storage tubes Lysis, wash and elution buffers Required Lab Equipment & Consumables Vacuum pump Microcentrifuge Filtration system, 47 mm frit Pipets and filter tips Incubator (37 °C for…

  • 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.

  • M-Nutrient Broth


    …the bacteria in any liquid materials using membrane filtration technique. Sterile cotton absorbent pads are saturated with about 2 ml M-Nutrient Broth. Sterile membrane filters used for filtering water samples are aseptically placed on the saturated cotton absorbent pads. These are then incubated at…

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