Nonselective & Differential Media for Pseudomonas

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70133 Blood Agar (Base) for microbiology   A non-selective medium for the isolation and cultivation of many pathogenic and non-pathogenic microorganisms.
21065 Calcium caseinate Agar for microbiology   Selective agar for the detection and enumeration of protein metabolising microorganisms (proteolytes) in food according to Frazier and Rupp (modified).
55420 CLED Agar for microbiology BROLACIN Agar Bromothymol-blue Lactose Cystine Agar Cystine-Lactose-Electrolyte Deficient Agar CLED Agar is recommended for isolation, enumeration and identification of urinary pathogens on the basis of lactose fermentation
60788 King Agar A for microbiology Pseudomonas Agar (for Pyocyanin) Pseudomonas Agar P Tech Agar Medium for the confirmation of Ps. aeruginosa by pyocyanin formation.
60786 King Agar B for microbiology   For the detection and enumeration of fluorescing bacteria in water, in particular Pseudomonas fluorescens in drinking water acc. to King et al. (1954), .
14305 Motility Nitrate Medium for microbiology   Selective medium for motile nitrate-utilizing microorganisms (Ps. aeruginosa, Cl. perfringens).
75315 OF Test Nutrient Agar for microbiology Oxidative Fermentative Agar acc. to Hugh a. Leifson Medium for demonstrating oxidative and fermentative catabolism of carbohydrate acc. to Hugh and Leifson (1953). In particular for the differentiation and classification of gram-negative intestinal bacteria.
P1852 Pseudomonas agar for microbiology For Fluorescein Recommended for the detection of fluorescein production by Pseudomonas.
91015 Tributyrin Agar for microbiology   For the detection and enumeration of lipolytic microorganisms in food and other material (staphylococci, pseudomonads, clostridiae and marine flavobacteria).
16636 UTI ChromoSelect Agar, modified for microbiology Urinary Tract Infection Agar, modified UTI ChromoSelect Agar is chromogenic differential medium for identification, differentiation, and conformation of enteric bacteria from specimens such as urine, water, or food which may contain large number of Proteus species as well as potentially pathogenic Gram-positive organisms. Based on these characteristics, modified UTI ChromoSelect Agar is suggested for use in place of MacConkey Agar.