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  • The 222DS Benchtop Shaking Incubator from Labnet International provides a small footprint with large performance, as well as unparalleled flexibility. The 222DS lab incubator lid has a low pivot point which provides a compact lab friendly shaking incubator sure to fit on the lab bench and under your…

  • incubator has a blower fan to improve heat-up an temperature stability. Analog incubators use a hydraulic thermostat for temperature control and a separate on/off switch. The 115V units meet UL and CSA requirements while 230V units are CE marked. Applications include culturing, bacteriology,

  • …ultimate in flexibility when refrigerating or incubating temperature sensitive material. Each model is equipped with a PID controller and digital display. Two year manufacturer warranty included. Area of Focus Microbiology Food/Beverage Bacteriology Pharmaceutical Applications …

  • …CCC Analog Incubators use a hydraulic thermostat for control of temperature and a separate on/off switch. The 115 volt analog incubator meets UL and CSA requirements and the 230 volt unit is CE marked. Ideal for a wide range of applications including culturing, bacteriology, warming of samples,…

  • The SHEL LAB Incubator Shakers provide a controlled environment for continuous growth of biological organisms. Market applications include microbiology, tissue culture, cell culture, and bacteriology. The SSI5 features our unique counter balance weighting system that is adjustable to accommodate…

  • 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…

  • …30°C followed by 14 hours at 44°C Non-chlorinated organisms benefit from 4 hours incubation at 30°C but chlorinated organisms require 6 hours incubation at 25°C. After incubation, yellow colonies are formed which should be confirmed further. Peptic digest of animal tissue…

  • …Broth. The membranes should be incubated in a container which does not allow evaporation to occur. Water-tight metal containers placed in an accurate water bath are required for incubation of membranes at 44°C. Burman (5) recommended the following incubation temperatures and durations. …

  • …Load: Total aerobic microbial count (cfu/gm) By plate method when incubated at 30-35°C for not less than 3 days. Bacterial Count : <= 2000 CFU/gram Total Yeast and mould count (cfu/gm) By plate method when incubated at 20-25°C for not less than 5 days. Yeast & mould Count…

  • …cosmetics and toiletries. Earlier culture media developed for determining mould counts in cosmetics and toiletries etc. required upto 7 days of incubation for the valid count (2, 3, 4), unlike Mead and ONeill formulation which requires 3 days at 27.5 ± 0.5°C. The medium contains…

  • …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 for the bacteriological plate count of milk and dairy products (6). Casein enzymic hydrolysate, yeast extract provide…

  • …use in microbiology, bacteriology, immunology, tissue culture and all related laboratory work Offers a choice of 7” x 14” or 14” x 14” trays, allows easy removal of the trays and facilitates movement of cultures from laboratory shelf to incubator or cold room and back…

  • Bacteriological Examination of water samples to determine its suitability for drinking and other domestic purpose has traditionally been done by the most probable number (MPN) procedures or the membrane filter (MF) technique (6). Although these methods have been useful, disadvantages such as space…

  • …after incubation, on plates of Brilliant Green Agar (M016), MacConkey Agar (M081) and Bismuth Sulphite Agar (M027). Aseptically inoculate test specimen into Fluid Tetrathionate medium (with added iodine and brilliant green) and incubate at 35-37°C for 18-24 hours. Following the incubation,

  • …while bromo cresol purple is a pH indicator. Acid producing organisms produce yellow colonies. The plates should be incubated at 55°C for 48 hours in a humid incubator. While using the agar media, serially diluted test sample are mixed with the media in sterile Petri dishes. Standard…

  • …enabling to subculture E. coli after incubation at 46°C for 96 hours or longer where pH was 5.6 unlike 4.5 of Eijkman Medium. Perry (5) modified Eijkman Medium using lactose for isolation of E. coli . This medium can also be used for bacteriological examination in water filtration control…

  • …compounds, vitamin B complex and other growth nutrients. Dipotassium phosphate provides buffering to the medium. During the first 24 hours of incubation, contaminating organisms are almost inhibited by tellurite, lithium chloride and high glycine content. The effect of inhibitors on S. aureus is…

  • …as Bismuth Sulphite Agar (M027), Brilliant Green Agar (M016), XLD Agar (M031) etc. Do not incubate the broth longer than 24 hours as inhibitory effect of selenite decreases after 6 - 12 hours of incubation (11). Storage and Shelf-life: Store below 30°C in tightly closed container and the…

  • … For isolation of fungi from potentially contaminated specimens, a selective medium should be inoculated along with the nonselective medium. Incubate at 25-30°C with increased humidity and examine at least weekly for fungal growth and should be held for 4-6 weeks before being reported as…

  • …enrichment, presumptive identification and confirmatory procedures for demonstrating the presence of coliforms. These procedures require longer incubation period. Violet Red Bile Agar is recommended by APHA (1, 2) for the detection and enumeration of coliforms in foods and dairy products. Addition…

  • …observed after an incubation at 35-37°C for 18-24 hours. References: 1. Department of Environment, Department of Health and Social Security, Public Health Laboratory Service, 1982, Methods for the Examination of Water and Associated Materials, The Bacteriological Examination of Drinking…

  • …improving the recovery of Salmonella . Enriched broth is subcultured on solid medium. Do not incubate the broth longer than 24 hours as inhibitory effect of selenite reduces after 6 - 12 hours of incubation (10). Inoculate the food sample into recommended pre-enrichment broth, and then…

  • …organisms along with Salmonella species (10). Non-lactose 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 Citrobacter species may mimic…

  • …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 Citrobacter species may mimic enteric…

  • …as Lecithinase reaction. A clear zone and grey-black colonies on this medium are diagnostic for coagulase positive Staphylococci. Upon further incubation, an opaque zone is developed around colonies, which can be due to lipolytic activity. Identity of Staphylococcus aureus isolated on Baird-Parker…

  • …Citrate Agar (M099). Inoculating into Koser Citrate Medium further identifies coli-like colonies from Endo or EMB Agar plates. After 24-48 hours incubation, tubes showing marked turbidity may be assumed to contain organisms from aerogenes group and if the medium remains clear it may be considered as…

  • …isolation of P.aeruginosa . Later, due to the availability of the highly purified cetrimide, its concentration in the medium was decreased (3). The incubation was carried out at 37°C for a period of 18-24 hours (4). P.aeruginosa can be identified due to their characteristic production of…

  • …successively, and this may cause the pH indicator to exhibit various shades of color or it may change its color from yellow to red on prolonged incubation. To add to the differentiating ability of the formulation, an H2S indicator system, consisting of sodium thiosulphate and ferric ammonium…

  • …successively, and this may cause the pH indicator to exhibit various shades of color or it may change its colour from yellow to red on prolonged incubation. To add to the differentiating ability of the formulation, an H2S indicator system, consisting of sodium thiosulphate and ferric ammonium…

  • …streaked. Non-swab cultures are inoculated using an inoculating loop. Incubation is carried out anaerobically at 35°C for at least 48 hours; however, negative results should be reported only after incubation for 7 days. Storage and Shelf-life: Store below 30°C in tightly…

  • …medium to a depth of approximately one half an inches from the bottom of the tube. Incubate the tubes including an un-inoculated control at 35±2°C for 24-48 hours. Many species require prolonged incubation (3, 4) for gelatin liquefaction. Gelatin is solid at 20°C or less temperature…

  • …in Nutrient Gelatin. Many species require prolonged incubation (3, 4) for gelatin liquefaction. Gelatin is solid at 20°C or less temperature and liquid at 35°C or higher temperature. Gelatin liquefies at about 28°C, so incubation is carried out at 35°C but kept in a refrigerator…

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