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70134 Brilliant green agar, modified for microbiology Brilliant Green Phenol Red Lactose Sucrose Agar, modified A highly selective medium for the isolation and identification of Salmonella except S. typhosa or Shigella species.
16025 Brilliant Green Bile Lactose Broth for microbiology BRILA-Broth Brilliant Green Bile Bouillon 2% For the selective enrichment and enumeration by titer determination or MPN method of E. coli and other fecal coliform from water, milk, food and other material.
44653 EC Broth for microbiology Escherichia Coli Broth For the selective detection of coliforms and E. coli in water, food and other material.
49281 Glucose Salt Teepol Broth for microbiology GSTB For selective enrichment and enumeration (MPN method) of Vibrio parahemolyticus from food products.
50875 GSP Agar for microbiology Pseudomonas Aeromonas Selective Agar acc. to Kielwein For the detection of Pseudomonas and Aeromonas in all types of food as well as in the equipment and water supply of food-processing firms.
61749 Lauryl sulfate Broth for microbiology Lauryl Casein peptone Broth Selective medium acc. to Mallmann and Darby (1941) for the presumptive testing for coliform and their selective enrichment in the examination of water, dairy products and food.
Recommended by the "Schweizerisches Lebensmittelbuch" 5th ed., chapter 56A.
The difference to Cat. No. 17349 is that Casein Peptone is used (instead of Tryptose)
17349 Lauryl sulfate Broth for microbiology Lauryl Tryptose Broth Selective medium acc. to Mallmann and Darby (1941) for the presumptive testing for coliform and their selective enrichment in the examination of water, dairy products and food.
The difference to Cat. No. 61749 is that Tryptose is used instead of Casein peptone.
07348 m-Lauryl sulfate broth for microbiology Membrane lauryl sulfate broth M-Lauryl sulfate broth is used for enumeration of Escherichia coli and coliforms in water, using membrane filter technique, replacing membrane enriched teepol broth. It is recommended by ISO Committee under the specification ISO 9308-1: 1990
49522 m-Lauryl Sulfate Broth, Vegitone for microbiology Vegitone m-Lauryl Sulfate Broth A medium where the animal derived peptone was replaced by a plant peptone. It is used for enumeration of Escherichia coli and coliforms in water, using membrane filter technique. It is recommended by ISO Committee under the specification ISO 9308-1:1990.
62087 Levine EMB Agar for microbiology Eosin methylene Blue Lactose Agar according to Levine Levine’s Eosin Methylene Blue Agar Isolation and differentiation of E. coli and Enterobacter, and identification of Candida albicans according to Levine.
69965 Mossel Broth for microbiology Buffered Glucose-Brilliant Green Bile Broth EE Broth Enterobacteriaceae Enrichment Broth acc. to Mossel For the selective enrichment of all enterobacteriaceae from food and other material.
69964 MRS Agar for microbiology Lactobacillus Agar according to DeMan, Rogosa and Sharpe For the enrichment, cultivation and isolation of all species of Lactobacillus from all types of material according to DeMan, Rogosa and Sharpe.
30912 MRS Agar, original acc. DeMan-Rogosa-Sharpe for microbiology DeMan-Rogosa-Sharpe Agar For the enrichment, cultivation and isolation of all species of Lactobacillus from all types of materials.
41782 MRS Agar, Vegitone for microbiology DeMan, Rogosa and Sharpe Agar, Vegitone Vegitone MRS Agar This MRS Agar is free of animal derived material. It is recommended for the isolation and cultivation of Lactobacillus species.
69966 MRS Broth for microbiology   For the enrichment and isolation of all species of Lactobacilli from all types of material.
38944 MRS Broth modified, Vegitone for microbiology DeMan, Rogosa and Sharpe Agar modified, Vegitone Vegitone MRS Broth modified This MRS Broth contains plant peptone instead of animal peptone. It is recommended for the isolation and cultivation of Lactobacillus species.
75405 Orange-serum Agar for microbiology   Orange-serum Agar can be used for the isolation, cultivation and enumeration of acid-tolerant spoilage microorganisms in fruit juice and fruit juice concentrates, in particular from citrus fruit, according to Hays, Troy and Beisel.
The prepared agar may be turbid after autoclaving due to orange extract.
Orange-serum Agar has been used to prepare modified orange serum (MOS) as a medium for Hymenoscyphus fraxineus.
70152 Plate Count Agar for microbiology Standard Methods Agar Tryptone Glucose Yeast Extract Agar A non-selective medium for the plate count of microorganisms in water, milk and other dairy products.
88588 Plate-Count-Agar according to Buchbinder et al. for microbiology Casein-peptone Dextrose Yeast Agar according to Buchbinder et al. Standard Methods Agar according to Buchbinder et al. Tryptone Glucose Yeast Extract Agar according to Buchbinder et al. Plate-Count-Agar is recommended for the plate count of microrganisms in food, dairy products, water and waste water.
19718 Plate Count Agar, Vegitone for microbiology Vegitone Plate Count Agar Vegitone Plate Count Agar medium is recommended for the plate count of microorganisms in foods, water and waste water. In this medium the animal derived peptone is replaced by a plant peptone.
51413 Plate Count MUG Agar for microbiology MUG PCA MUG Plate Count Agar Plate Count MUG Agar is used for determination of plate count of microorganisms in milk and other dairy products by fluorogenic method.
85627 SPS Agar for microbiology Perfringens Selective Agar acc. to Angelotti SPS Agar (Sulfite Polymyxin Sulfadizine Agar) is a solid medium for detection, isolation and enumeration of Clostridium perfringens and Clostridium botulinum in food acc. to Angelotti et al. (1962).
86348 TCBS Agar for microbiology Vibrio Selective Agar Thiosulfate citrate bile salts sucrose (TCBS) Agar is a selective agar for the isolation and cultivation of Vibrio cholerae and other Vibrio species.
17216 Tomato Juice Agar for microbiology   For the cultivation and enumeration of Lactobacilli.
91015 Tributyrin Agar for microbiology   For the detection and enumeration of lipolytic microorganisms in food and other material (staphylococci, pseudomonads, clostridiae and marine flavobacteria).
44940 Triple Sugar Iron Agar for microbiology TSI Agar For the identification of Enterobacteriaceae acc. to Sulkin and Willett (1940), modified acc. to Hajna (1945).
92499 Triple Sugar Iron Agar (acc. to ISO) for microbiology TSI Agar Differential medium for identification of enterobacteria, according to ISO 6579, 6785 and 10272 Standards.
93735 TSN Agar for microbiology   Highly selective medium for the detection and enumeration of Clostridium perfringens in food and other material.
92323 Vibrio ChromoSelect Agar for microbiology   Vibrio ChromoSelect Agar is recommended for isolation, and selective chromogenic differentiation of Vibrio species from seafood.
70188 Violet Red Bile Agar for microbiology VRB Agar VRBL-Agar A selective medium for the detection and enumeration of coliform organisms, especially the Coli-aerogenes-group in water, milk and other dairy products.
42376 Violet Red Bile Lactose Agar, Vegitone for microbiology Crystal violet-Neutral red-Bile Agar, Vegiton VRB-Agar, Vegitone Vegitone Violet Red Bile Agar Violet Red Bile Agar Vegitone is a selective media used for the detection and enumeration of coliform organisms from water and food. This medium contains no animal derived peptone and bile salt.
70195 Vogel-Johnson Agar for microbiology VJ Agar Vogel and Johnson enhanced the fermentation reaction by increasing the mannitol concentration to 1% (w/v), clearly indicated by the development of yellow zones surrounding the colonies. S. aureus is able to reduce tellurite to metallic tellurium resulting in growth of black colonies. Used for the detection of coagulase-positive and mannitol-utilizing Staphylococci, recommended by USP.
95273 VRB MUG Agar for microbiology Violet Red Bile Lactose MUG Agar Selective medium for the detection and enumeration of coliform bacteria, in particular E. coli. Gram-positive accompanying flora are extensively inhibited by crystalviolet and bile salts. A color-change to red indicates lactose-positive colonies, within which E. coli can be demonstrated by fluorescence in the UV.