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Media for Staphylococcus Aureus Detection
Chromogenic media enable the selective detection of S. aureus, which produce bluish-green colonies that are clearly differentiated from other species.
Media Fills Test for Beverages
Media fill tests for beverages ensure that the filling line is not contaminated with spoilage bacteria, yeasts, or molds, during the production of low-acid aseptic beverages.
Microbiology Quality Control in Food and Beverage
Food contaminated by microorganisms (bacteria and yeasts), viruses, and protozoa can cause severe disease.
Overview of Chromogenic Media
Selective media enable faster results and visual confirmation for the detection, identification, and enumeration of microorganisms
Testing Cells for Mycoplasma Contamination by Culture Isolation
Cell culture protocol for testing cell lines for mycoplasma contamination using isolation techniques. Free ECACC handbook download.
Cell Culture Protocol 10: Testing Cells for Mycoplasma Contamination by Hoechst DNA Staining
Cell culture protocol for testing cell lines for mycoplasma contamination using indirect DNA staining using Hoechst 33342.
Halal and Kosher Certified Culture Media for Microbial Testing
Find out about the implications of culture media carrying hidden non-halal ingredients into halal-certified production areas—and how halal-certified media avoid this risk. Perform microbiological quality control (QC) testing in halal-certified production areas without the risk of losing your certification.
Microbiology Theory: Media Preparation
Microorganisms need nutrients, a source of energy and certain environmental conditions in order to grow and reproduce. In the environment, microbes have adapted to the habitats most suitable for their needs, in the laboratory, however, these requirements must be met
Vegetable and Plant Peptones: Alternatives to Animal-derived Peptones in Microbiology
Plant-based vegetable peptones are strictly of non-animal origin, so they pose no risk of carrying animal and human diseases such as BSE into fermentations and produced materials.