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  • Fermentation Tubes

    GSC International, Inc.

    Borosilicate Glass. Available with and without base. With and without graduations.

  • Tube Fermentation Large 17 X 140mm

    DWK Life Sciences (Kimble)

    KIMAX tube with a bulb and a glass foot. Larger in size than 46150. Vertical tube has a closed rounded top.

  • Bioprene Tubing

    Watson-Marlow

    …in fermentation and metering tablet coating materials. Bioprene is also suitable for a variety of applications in the food and beverage industry; especially product transfer and metering. Operating pressures of 0-2 bar can be achieved with Bioprene continuous tubing. A range of LoadSure tube

  • OF Base Medium

    Hardy Diagnostics

    Control tube for fermentation testing of bacteria.

  • Phenol Red Broth with Dextrose

    Hardy Diagnostics

    For the differentiation of microorganisms by carbohydrate fermentation. Contains a durham tube for gas detection.

  • …determine whether bacteria can ferment the specific carbohydrate. The medium contains a pH indicator that changes from red to yellow if the bacteria can ferment the carbohydrate. May be used with Durham tubes to determine if gas is produced during the fermentation process. 100 g Phenol Red Lactose…

  • 9mL Liquid Media Tubes

    GVS Filter Technology

    …procedure. BGBB contains two inhibitors of both gram-positive and selected gram-negative organisms, namely, oxgall and brilliant green dye. Fermentation is detected by gas production. EC (Escherichia coli) Broth is used to detect Escherichia coli (E-Coli) and coliforms. Features…

  • …Life Tubing Longest flexible life of any clear Tygon tubing Over 1,000 h pump tubing life at 0 psi Over 600 h pump tubing life at 10 psi Broad chemical resistance Extremely low particle spallation Contains no phthalate or BPA The Only Choice for Phthalate-free Tubing Non-DEHP,…

  • …Suspend 16 grams in 1000 ml distilled water,mix well. Heat if necessary to ensure complete solution. Distribute in fermentation tubes (tubes containing inverted Durham's tubes). Sterilize by autoclaving at 15 lbs pressure (121°C) for 15 minutes. Aseptically add filter sterilized or autoclave…

  • fermentation in various bacteria. Proteose peptone and beef extract serve as sources for carbon and nitrogen. Sodium chloride is the osmotic stabilizer. Phenol red is the pH indicator, which turns yellow at acidic pH i.e. on fermentation of galactose. Gas formation is seen in Durhams tubes. All…

  • Phenol Red Broth with Lactose

    Hardy Diagnostics

    For the differentiation of microorganisms by carbohydrate fermentation. Contains a durham tube for gas detection.

  • Phenol Red Broth Base and Phenol Red Broth with carbohydrates are used for the determination of fermentation reactions in the differentiation of microorganisms.

  • Phenol Red Broth Base and Phenol Red Broth with carbohydrates are used for the determination of fermentation reactions in the differentiation of microorganisms.

  • Phenol Red Broth Base and Phenol Red Broth with carbohydrates are used for the determination of fermentation reactions in the differentiation of microorganisms.

  • PharMed® BPT Tubing

    Saint Gobain

    …flex life characteristics, PharMed BPT tubing simplifies biopharmaceutical manufacturing processes by reducing production downtime due to pump tubing failure. The excellent wear properties of PharMed BPT tubing also can lead to reduced erosion of the tubing interior walls, improving the overall…

  • Phenol Red Broth with Sucrose

    Hardy Diagnostics

    For the differentiation of microorganisms by carbohydrate fermentation. Contains a durham tube for gas detection.

  • For the differentiation of microorganisms by carbohydrate fermentation. Contains a durham tube for gas detection.

  • …determine whether bacteria can ferment the specific carbohydrate. The medium contains a pH indicator that changes from red to yellow if the bacteria can ferment the carbohydrate. May be used with Durham tubes to determine if gas is produced during the fermentation process. 500 g Phenol Red Sucrose…

  • …determine whether bacteria can ferment the specific carbohydrate. The medium contains a pH indicator that changes from red to yellow if the bacteria can ferment the carbohydrate. May be used with Durham tubes to determine if gas is produced during the fermentation process. 500 g Phenol Red Dextrose…

  • …result in a poor fermentation and a slightly medicinal and flat taste. Too much acid will give the wine an unpleasant sourness or tartness. Some acid is necessary for fermentation, and up to one-fourth of the initial acid content will be consumed by the yeast during fermentation. Low-acid musts are…

  • …determine whether bacteria can ferment the specific carbohydrate. The medium contains a pH indicator that changes from red to yellow if the bacteria can ferment the carbohydrate. May be used with Durham tubes to determine if gas is produced during the fermentation process. 100 g Phenol Red Sucrose…

  • …30 and 50 kDa NMWL)  Fits standard swinging-bucket rotor for 50 mL tubes Applications Concentration and Purification of Particle-laden Solutions, Solutions with High Solute Concentration, Separation of Low MW Solutes from Fermentation Broths, Cell Culture Media and Lysates

  • …determine whether bacteria can ferment the specific carbohydrate. The medium contains a pH indicator that changes from red to yellow if the bacteria can ferment the carbohydrate. May be used with Durham tubes to determine if gas is produced during the fermentation process. 100 g Phenol Red Dextrose…

  • …determine whether bacteria can ferment the specific carbohydrate. The medium contains a pH indicator that changes from red to yellow if the bacteria can ferment the carbohydrate. May be used with Durham tubes to determine if gas is produced during the fermentation process. 500 g Phenol Red Lactose…

  • …Colonies of lactose fermenting bacteria are surrounded by a red zone, which distinguishes them from colonies of other organisms that either do not change the surrounding medium or change it to blue due to production of ammonia. Inoculate culture from primary fermentation tubes showing gas either by…

  • …the tubes at 37°C for 24 to 48 hours. For every tube showing fermentation (primary fermentation), inoculate two tubes of Lauryl Tryptose Broth from the tube showing primary fermentation and incubate these tubes at 37°C and 44°C respectively. If there is fermentation in the tube incubated…

  • Lactose Broth

    HiMedia

    …to avoid overheating and to distribute it into tubes before sterilization. Peptic digest of animal tissue and beef extract in the medium supply essential nutrients to the organisms. Lactose is a fermentable carbohydrate for the coliforms. Tubes of Lactose Broth are inoculated with dilutions of…

  • …and fail to produce a positive test on established media (4). P-A test has proved to be better than MF (Membrane filter) and FT (Multiple fermentation tube) methods (5). Coliform P-A broth is adaptable for screening of sample for the presence of alternative indicator organisms (6). Beef…

  • Used for the differentiation of gram-negative enteric bacilli. Determines carbohydrate fermentation and hydrogen sulfide production.

  • …xylose fermentation in various bacteria. Proteose peptone and beef extract serve as sources for carbon and nitrogen. Sodium chloride is the osmotic stabilizer. Phenol red is the pH indicator, which turns yellow at acidic pH i.e. on fermentation of xylose. Gas formation is seen in Durhams tubes.

  • fermentation in various bacteria. Proteose peptone and beef extract serve as sources for carbon and nitrogen. Sodium chloride is the osmotic stabilizer. Phenol red is the pH indicator, which turns yellow at acidic pH i.e. on fermentation of salicin. Gas formation is seen in Durhams tubes. All…

  • fermentation in various bacteria. Proteose peptone and beef extract serve as sources for carbon and nitrogen. Sodium chloride is the osmotic stabilizer. Phenol red is the pH indicator, which turns yellow at acidic pH i.e. on fermentation of raffinose. Gas formation is seen in Durhams tubes. All…

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