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Microbiology

ASTDisc™ - Antibiotic Susceptibility Testing Discs
The purpose of the Kirby-Bauer disk diffusion susceptibility test is to determine the sensitivity or resistance of pathogenic aerobic and facultative anaerobic bacteria to various antimicrobial compounds in order to assist a physician in selecting treatment options for his or her patients. The pathogenic organism is grown on Mueller-Hinton agar in the presence of various antimicrobial impregnated filter paper disks. The presence or absence of growth around the disks is an indirect measure of the ability of that compound to inhibit that organism
eMIC™- MIC test strip
The sensitivity of an isolate to a particular antibiotic is measured by establishing the Minimum Inhibitory Concentration (MIC) or breakpoint, this is the lowest concentration (conventionally tested in doubling dilutions) of antibiotic at which an isolate cannot produce visible growth after overnight incubation. MICs can be determined by agar or broth dilution techniques by following the reference standards established by various authorities such as the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI, USA), British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (BSAC, UK), AFFSAPS (France), Deutsches Institut für Normung e.V. (DIN, Germany) & ISC/WHO.
AnaeroGas™ Anaerobic culture media
Pouches and jars are designed to accommodate a relatively small number of plates (1-15) and offer the laboratory the flexibility to handle samples with small numbers of anaerobic test requests. The pouches and jars, once filled, are placed in standard incubators. For larger numbers of requests and also laboratories routinely dealing with anaerobes, then the larger workstations offers the scope to handle several hundred plates.
ChromoGel™ - Chromogenic media
ChromoGel - Chromogenic media are microbiological growth media that contain enzyme substrates linked to a chromogen (color reaction). The enzyme substrates, e.g. ONPG, CPRG, and MUG are organism specific or where they are not, the target organism is selected for by suppression of competing microflora. Chromogenic media are available as dehydrated bulk powder. They are also available in ready-to-use formats, and ’convenience’ packs.
ReadyEnrichment™ Bag for Salmonella, Listria and Vibrio
ReadyEnrichment™ Bag for Salmonella, Listeria and Vibrio. The medium are available for samples 25g, 125g and 375g.
AgarCult™ - ReadyPack™ Dehydrated Culture Media Powder
AgarCult Dehydrated Culture Media 500g | ReadyPack 250ml Dehydrated Culture Media | ReadyPack 400ml Dehydrated Culture Media
ChemTest™ Biochemical test
ChemTest™ Biochemical test: included biochemical test and reagents for identification bacteria
IDStrip™ - Bacteria identification kit
IDStrip systems utilise microwell strips which hold 8-12 dehydrated substrates in each microwell strip. The substrates chosen have been selected by using computer analysis of all the available substrates for the identification of the target organisms.
BTAntisera™-Bacteria Typing Antisera
Antisera are prepared from rabbits hyper-immunised with standard strains of killed organisms possessing known serotypes or group specific antigens and contain <0.1% sodium azide as preservative.
SwabCheck™ SwabCult™
SwabCheck™ SwabCult™ for microbiology testing
QC-Swab™ Culture media quality control
QC-Swab™ Culture media quality control
DyeSol™- Dye Solution
DyeSol™- Dye Solution such as DyeSol™ Gram stain kit, DyeSol™ Ziehl-Neelsen Stain kit, DyeSol™ Giemsa’s Stain kit, DyeSol™ Papanicoloau stain kit,.. and other stain solutions.