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  • Culture Tubes with Screw Caps

    DWK Life Sciences (Wheaton)

    …expansion borosilicate glass that conforms to ASTM Type I, Class B and USP Type I requirements. The tubes can be reused many times. The caps have a white 14B styrene-butadiene rubber liner or a PTFE faced 14B styrene-butadiene rubber liner. For use as slant or shake cultures Autoclavable

  • Test Tube Slant Racks

    Thermo Scientific Nalgene

    Incubate liquid cultures on a slant using Thermo Scientific™ Nalgene™ Test Tube Slant Racks. Slant racks allow 5 or 20 degree tilt to allow media to harden at an angle for incubating liquid cultures. These racks are keyed with numbers and letters for easy identification and are stackable…

  • 10 shelves (5 on each side) Capacity of 100 boxes Holds suture boxes at a secure 45 degree angle Bright white PVC plastic construction Large bulk storage compartment 2 handles for easy movement 4 swivel casters; 2 with brakes Easy to stock & retrieve items 27 x 56 x 17…

  • Slant Racks

    Bel-Art - SP Scienceware

    This polypropylene rack has slanted sides to help prepare agar media slants in 13-16 or 16-20mm tubes. Media-filled tubes are autoclaved with the rack in a vertical position; then the rack is positioned to the preferred angle and media allowed to cool and harden. One side is inclined 5° to create a…

  • Sabouraud Dextrose Agar is used in qualitative procedures for cultivation of dermatophytes. The medium is rendered more selective for fungi by the addition of chloramphenicol.

  • Chocolate Agar Slant

    Hardy Diagnostics

    For the cultivation of fastidious bacteria.

  • Easy tube content ID Autoclavable Angling 50 mL tubes allows easier identification of contents marked on cap. The rack, whether used on a benchtop or in a refrigerator, holds frequently used reagents nearby and on an angle facing the user. Angled rack is also useful for draining excess…

  • Tryptic Soy Agar (TSA) Slant

    Hardy Diagnostics

    For the cultivation of microorganisms. For use as a general growth medium for the isolation and cultivation of microorganisms. This medium is also recommended for use in the cultivation, storage, maintenance, and transportation of pure cultures of microorganisms.

  • TrippNT's White Tall Slanted Suture Cart with Bulk Storage Area is able to hold up to 48 standard suture boxes on 8 angled shelves for easy viewing and retrieval. The large bulk storage area is perfect for storing additional boxes of sutures, bottles of irrigation water or sterile suturing kits.…

  • Scienceware® Rack Slanter

    Bel-Art - SP Scienceware

    Tilt your test tube rack to 25°, 35° or 45° to reduce hand strain when working with pipettors. Also ideal for creating agar slant tubes or use with the Mini-Magnifier to aid in the viewing of Petri dishes. Base legs have predetermined slots that stand slides in and out of to…

  • Nutrient Agar Slant

    Hardy Diagnostics

    For the cultivation of non-fastidious microorganisms.

  • LJ (Lowenstein Jensen) Slant

    Hardy Diagnostics

    For the cultivation of Mycobacterium spp.

  • Simmons Citrate Agar Slant

    Hardy Diagnostics

    For the detection of citrate utilization of gram negative enteric bacilli.

  • Slant Vial Holder Conversion Set

    DWK Life Sciences (Wheaton)

  • For the cultivation of fungi.

  • For the identification of gram negative bacilli.

  • …additives than other materials. Internally ribbed 12 x 75 mm tubes are suitable for use in antibody coating and/or protein adsorptions. Six slanted ribs increase useful surface area. Tubes are bulk-packed and non-sterile and come without caps (except for tubes with screwcaps). Polyethylene…

  • For the cultivation of microorganisms.

  • The Chocolate II Agar slant is an improved medium for use in qualitative procedures for cultivation of fastidious microorganisms, especially Neisseria and Haemophilus species, from a variety of clinical specimens.

  • Trypticase Soy Agar is used for the isolation and cultivation of fastidious as well as nonfastidious microorganisms, including anaerobic as well as aerobic bacteria, although it is not the medium of choice for anaerobes.

  • Simmons Citrate Agar is used for the differentiation of gram-negative bacteria on the basis of citrate utilization.

  • TSI Agar is used for the differentiation of gram-negative enteric bacilli based on carbohydrate fermentation and the production of hydrogen sulfide.

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

  • Tryptic Soy Agar

    Edge Biologicals

    Tryptic soy agar is a general purpose medium for the isolation, cultivation, and storage (in slant form) of fastidious and non-fastidious microorganisms.

  • …medium should be freshly prepared because in dry conditions, changes in colour may appear even before inoculation, especially at the bottom of the slant. Directions: Suspend 24.28 grams in 1000 ml distilled water. Heat, to boiling, to dissolve the medium completely. Mix well and distribute in…

  • Coarse Sieve Cleaning Brush

    Gilson Co. Inc.

    Coarse Sieve Cleaning Brush has an 8-1/2in curved plastic handle with 1-1/2in x 1-3/4in of slanted brass wire bristles—perfect for No.30 and coarser wire cloth in round sieves.

  • … Shigella ) initially produce a yellow slant due to acid produced by the fermentation of the small amount of glucose (dextrose). When glucose (dextrose) supply is exhausted in the aerobic environment of the slant, the reaction reverts to alkaline (red slant) due to oxidation of the acids produced.…

  • …(fermentation) than in the slant (respiration). Growing bacteria also form alkaline products from the oxidative decarboxylation of peptone and these alkaline products neutralize the large amounts of acid present in the butt. Thus the appearance of an alkaline (red) slant and an acid (yellow) butt…

  • …(fermentation) than in the slant (respiration). Growing bacteria also form alkaline products from the oxidative decarboxylation of peptone and these alkaline products neutralize the large amounts of acid present in the butt. Thus the appearance of an alkaline (red) slant and an acid (yellow) butt…

  • …(fermentation) than in the slant (respiration). Growing bacteria also form alkaline products from the oxidative decarboxylation of peptone and these alkaline products neutralize the large amounts of acid present in the butt. Thus the appearance of an alkaline (red) slant and an acid (yellow) butt…

  • …(fermentation) than in the slant (respiration). Growing bacteria also form alkaline products from the oxidative decarboxylation of peptone and these alkaline products neutralize the large amounts of acid present in the butt. Thus the appearance of an alkaline (red) slant and an acid (yellow) butt…

  • … Shigella ) initially produce a yellow slant due to acid produced by the fermentation of the small amount of glucose (dextrose). When glucose (dextrose) supply is exhausted in the aerobic environment of the slant, the reaction reverts to alkaline (red slant) due to oxidation of the acids produced.…

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