Deoxycholate Citrate Agar

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  • CRITERION™ Deoxycholate Citrate Agar

    Hardy Diagnostics

    CRITERION™ Deoxycholate Citrate Agar for the selective and differential isolation of enteric bacilli.

  • Deoxycholate Citrate Agar

    HiMedia

    Agar (M082), Bismuth Sulphite Agar (M027) etc. be used in conjunction with this medium. This medium is similar to deoxycholate agar in comparison but is moderately more selective for enteric pathogens owing to increased concentrations of both citrate and deoxycholate salts. Sodium deoxycholate at…

  • Deoxycholate citrate agar

    MilliporeSigma

    for microbiology

  • Deoxycholate Citrate Agar, HiVeg™

    HiMedia

  • Deoxycholate Citrate Agar, Modified (Hynes)

    HiMedia

    …chemicals, citrates and deoxycholate as inhibitors. Leifsons medium has been modified by many authors by several ways. Deoxycholate Citrate Agar, Modified (Hynes) is a differential medium modified by Hynes (2) for the isolation of Salmonellae and Shigellae. Deoxycholate Citrate Agar, Modified…

  • Deoxycholate Citrate Agar (Agar Medium J)

    HiMedia

    Deoxycholate Citrate Agar Medium is prepared as per the modified formula of Leifson (1) and is also recommended as per British Pharmacopoeia and is also designated as Agar medium J (2). This medium is used for the isolation and maximum recovery of intestinal pathogens belonging to Salmonella and …

  • Deoxycholate-Citrate Agar

    HiMedia

  • Deoxycholate Agar

    HiMedia

    deoxycholic acid due to acidification of the medium. Sodium deoxycholate combines with neutral red in an acidic environment, causing the dye to go out of the solution with the subsequent precipitation of deoxycholate (1). Citrate and iron (Fe) combination has a strong hydrolyzing effect on agar

  • Deoxycholate Lactose Agar

    HiMedia

    …A thin layer of additional agar can be poured over the solidified pour plates to facilitate enumeration. Deoxycholate Lactose Agar is selective against gram-positive organisms which are inhibited by optimum concentration of sodium deoxycholate and sodium citrate in the medium. It helps to…

  • Xylose-Lysine Deoxycholate Agar

    HiMedia

    citrate, is included for the visualization of hydrogen sulphide produced, resulting in the formation of colonies with black centers. The non-pathogenic H2S producers do not decarboxylase lysine; therefore, the acid reaction produced by them prevents the blackening of the colonies (1). XLD Agar

  • Leifson Agar

    MilliporeSigma

    for microbiology Synonym(s): DC Agar; Deoxycholate Citrate Agar according to Leifson, modified

  • Leifsons Deoxycholate Agar, Modified

    HiMedia

    Agar for the isolation and maximum recovery of intestinal pathogens. Leifson Deoxycholate Agar, Modified is a less selective medium and is used for direct sampling of faeces. Peptic digest of animal tissue and beef extract provide essential growth nutrients. Sodium citrate and sodium deoxycholate

  • DCLS Agar

    MilliporeSigma

    for microbiology Synonym(s): Deoxycholate Citrate Lactose Sucrose Agar

  • Agar Medium K (Xylose, Lysine, Deoxychol ate Agar)

    HiMedia

    …number of media have been developed for the selective isolation and identification of enteric bacilli including Salmonella. Xylose Lysine Deoxycholate Agar is a selective as well as differential medium formulated by Taylor (3-7) for the isolation and identification of enteric pathogens especially…

  • Agar Medium K (Xylose, Lysine, Deoxychol ate Agar)

    HiMedia

    …of media have been developed for the selective isolation and identification of enteric bacilli including Salmonella . Xylose Lysine Deoxycholate Agar is a selective as well as differential medium formulated by Taylor (3-7) for the isolation and identification of enteric pathogens especially…

  • SS Agar (Salmonella Shigella Agar)

    HiMedia

    …which do not produce H2S. It is recommended to inoculate plates of less inhibitory media parallel to SS Agar, such as Hektoen Enteric Agar (M467) or Deoxycholate Citrate Agar (M065) for easier isolation of Shigella species (7). Storage and Shelf-life: Store below 30°C in tightly…

  • Kligler Iron Agar

    HiMedia

    …of the agar by the formation of cracks in the butt of the medium. Pure cultures of suspected organisms from plating media such as MacConkey Agar (M081), Bismuth Sulphite Agar (M027) or Deoxycholate Citrate Agar (M065), SS Agar (M108) etc. are inoculated on Kligler Iron Agar for identification.…

  • XLD Agar Granulated, 500G

    MilliporeSigma

    … Synonym(s): Xylose Lysine Deoxycholate Agar Description: Typical Composition (g/L): Yeast extract 3.0; sodium chloride 5.0; D(+)xylose 3.5; lactose 7.5; sucrose 7.5; L(+)lysine 5.0; sodium deoxycholate 2.5; sodium thiosulfate 6.8; ammonium iron(III) citrate 0.8; phenol red 0.08; agar-agar…

  • Hektoen Enteric Agar

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    …Enteric Agar was developed in 1967 by King and Metzger of the Hektoen Institute in order to increase the frequencies of isolation of Shigella and Salmonella organisms when compared with their recovery on other media frequently utilized in clinical laboratories at that time (1-3). Sodium deoxycholate

  • Kliger Iron Agar, Modified

    HiMedia

    …of the agar by the formation of cracks in the butt of the medium. Pure cultures of suspected organisms from plating media such as MacConkey Agar (M081), Bismuth Sulphite Agar (M027) or Deoxycholate Citrate Agar (M065), SS Agar (M108) etc. are inoculated on Kligler Iron Agar for identification.…

  • SS Agar, Modified

    HiMedia

    …biochemically or serologically. It is recommended to inoculate plates of less inhibitory media parallel to SS Agar, such as Hektoen Enteric Agar (M467) or Deoxycholate Citrate Agar (M065) for easier isolation of Shigella species (7). Storage and Shelf-life: Store below 30°C in…

  • XLD Agar, Modified

    HiMedia

    citrate, is included for the visualization of hydrogen sulphide produced, resulting in the formation of colonies with black centers. The non-pathogenic H2S producers do not decarboxylase lysine; therefore, the acid reaction produced by them prevents the blackening of the colonies (1). XLD Agar

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