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Data Sheet - A0840
Anaerobic agar (A0840) - Datasheet ProductInformationANAEROBIC AGAR Product Number A0840 Storage Temperature 24°C Product Description Anaerobic Agar is recommended for the cultivation of anaerobic
Data Sheet - A0965
Anaerobic agar (brewer) (A0965) - Datasheet ProductInformationANAEROBIC AGAR (BREWER) Product Number A0965 Storage Temperature 24°C Product Description Anaerobic Agar (Brewer) is recommended
60865 Cooked Meat Broth - Data Sheet
1 60865 Cooked Meat Broth For the primary cultivation of aerobic, microaerophilic and anaerobic bacteria from clinical specimens, food and water samples. This can also be used as a maintenance
Data Sheet - 68061
reactivity, and full anaerobic conditions may not be achieved in the jar. 5. After the appropriate incubation period remove the plates and examine for the presence of anaerobes. If the plates require
Data Sheet - W1761
1 of 2 W1761 Wilkins Chalgren Anaerobic Agar Used for the isolation of anaerobic bacteria. and also for the susceptibility testing of anaerobic bacteria by the agar dilution method.
Data Sheet - 59886
59886 Anaerob Indicator Test Anaerob Indicator Test is a sachet containing a test strip saturated with resazurin solution. It is for checking the anaerobic atmosphere in sealed containers
Data Sheet - 15997
15997dat_de.doc 15997 Brewer Agar (Anaerobic Agar acc. to Brewer) For the culture of Clostridium species or other anaerobic and microaerophilic microorganisms in surface culture
Data Sheet - 28029
SUH/22 December 2003 1/2 28029 Anaerobic jar Description This 2.5 litre Anaerobic jar is designed for use with anaerob atmosphere generation bags (e g product no 68061).
Data Sheet - SAE0058
of anoxia in cells and tissues. 1 For anaerobic studies, the Oxyrase Enzyme System has been used as an alternative means of establishing anaerobic environments without the use of CO2. 2
Data Sheet - SAE0013
of anoxia in cells and tissues. 1 For anaerobic studies, the Oxyrase Enzyme System has been used as an alternative means of establishing anaerobic environments without the use of CO2. 2
Data Sheet - 73426
the medium. Most bacteria use the oxygen in the medium and rapidly produce anaerobic conditions. To reach faster an anaerobic condition it is recommendable to give about one centimetre of paraffin oil
Data Sheet - 08086
to nitrogen gas (N2) usually takes place under anaerobic conditions, in which an organism derives its oxygen from nitrate (1). Most facultative anaerobes can reduce nitrate in the absence of oxygen. Almost
Data Sheet - 72548
the medium. Most bacteria use the oxygen in the medium and rapidly produce anaerobic conditions. To reach faster an anaerobic condition it is may recommendable to give about one centimetre of paraffin
Data Sheet - 86128
reaction black centres in the colonies are formed. H2S-weakly-positives colonies are brown. In an anaerobic environment clostridia grow to form black colonies under these conditions. The short heating (
Data Sheet - H8157
Boil to dissolve the medium completely. Dispense into test tubes in duplicate for aerobic and anaerobic fermentation. Sterilize by autoclaving at 15 lbs. pressure (121°C) for 15 minutes. Cool the tubed
Data Sheet - 28976
indicator, if the color change from pink to white the medium is under anaerobic conditions. A small amount of K agar helps in creating an anaerobic condition. Sodium chloride maintains the osmotic equilibrium
Data Sheet - H8282
stirring. Boil to dissolve the medium completely. Dispense into tubes in duplicate for aerobic and anaerobic fermentations. Sterilize by autoclaving at 15 lbs. pressure (121 °C) for 15 minutes. Cool the
Data Sheet - 91365
for studies of spore forming anaerobes, especially Clostridium butyricum in chesse and general for the enumeration and isolation of Clostridia. Other spore forming anaerobes like streptococci and lactobacilli
Data Sheet - 14305
accurate growth media, the correct temperature and anaerobic conditions. Nitrate reaction occurs only under anaerobic conditions. To reach an anaerobic condition it is may recommendable to over-gassing
Data Sheet - 53286
Conditions Growth Steptococcus pyrogenes (19615) 24h/35°C aerobic/anaerobic +/++ Streptococcus pneumoniae (6305) 24h/35°C aerobic/anaerobic +/++ Pseudomonas aeruginosa (27853) 24h/35°C aerobic +/++ Candida
Data Sheet - 75315
Hugh and Leifson, 1953) Microorganisms Glucose Lactose Sucrose Group aerob anaerob aerob anaerob aerob anaerob Alcalescens faecalis - - - - - - I non-oxyd. spec. non-ferm. spec. Pseudomonas
Data Sheet - 43314
2 Imediately after solidification of the medium, invert all Petri dishes in the anaerobic culture jar or anaerobic incubator at 37°C for 72 hrs ± 3 hrs. Count the colonies after incubation. Bifidobacterial
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substances such as Vitamin K1 in the medium, it facilitates the cultivation of a variety of fastidious, anaerobic organisms. The casein enzymic hydrolysate, peptic digest of animal tissue, yeast extract and dextrose
Data Sheet - 51138
to nitrogen gas (N2) usually takes place under anaerobic conditions, in which an organism derives its oxygen from nitrate (1). Most facultative anaerobes can reduce nitrate in the absence of oxygen. Almost
Data Sheet - 02538
containing 15- 20ml of solid Raka-Ray Agar to get a optimal distribution of colonies. Incubate under anaerobic conditions at 25-30°C. For further testing it is easy to pick a colony out of the thin agar layer
Data Sheet - B2926
substances such as Vitamin K1 in the medium, it facilitates the cultivation of a variety of fastidious, anaerobic organisms. The casein enzymic hydrolysate, peptic digest of animal tissue, yeast extract and dextrose
Data Sheet - 46379
technique or by surface spreading methods. Cultural characteristics after 24-48 hours at 35°C in anaerobic environment. Organisms (ATCC) Growth H2S production (black colonies) Clostridium perfringens
Data Sheet - 17148
900 ml KRANEP Agar (Cat. No 60985), Cereus Selective Agar (Cat. No22310) - 80 ml in 1 litre Anaerobic Egg Agar (17127)
Data Sheet - 27544
Bact., 19, 129 (1956) 6. A. Hirsch, E. Grinsted, Methods for the growth and enumeration of anaerobic spore-formers from cheese, with observations on the effect on nisin, J. Dairy Res., 21, 101 (1954
Data Sheet - 27548
and mix. Mix well and pour plates. After inoculation it is advised to incubate the plates under anaerobic conditions. Principle and Interpretation: Yeast extract, Meat extract and Meat peptone provide

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