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Ready-to-Use Staining Kits and Solutions for Bacteriologic Investigations
Explore our staining kits and solutions for bacteriological differentiation and diagnostics. Our bacteriology products are all IVDs, CE certified and ready to use.
Identification of Microorganisms Based on Color
For microbiologists the most fundamental stain was developed in 1884 by the Danish bacteriologist Hans Christian Gram.
BugBuster® Plus Lysonase™ Kit: Cell Lysis and Nucleic Acid Removal for Gram-negative and Gram-positive Bacteria
Cell lysis and nucleic acid removal for Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria using the BugBuster Plus Lysonase™ Kit
On the Trail of Campylobacter
On the Trail of Campylobacter - The Campylobacter is one of the leading causes of human gastroenteritis. Common Campylobacter species C. jejuni, C. coli, and C. lari are responsible for most cases of campylobacteriosis. However, other species, like C. fetus
Clostridium perfringens, their Properties and their Detection
Clostridium perfringens can cause contamination in undercooked or improperly sterillized canned foods and water. Learn to detect, identify, and differentiate this pathogen.
Streptococci - Overview of Detection, Identification, Differentiation and Cultivation Techniques
Streptococci- Overview of Detection, Identification, Differentiation and Cultivation Techniques
Vibrio Detection
Vibrios are motile, curved or comma-shaped bacilli and have a single polar flagella with sheet proteins. They are often found in open water, freshwater and saltwater.
Clostridia Diagnostic
Clostridia are relatively large, gram-positive, rod-shaped bacteria that can undergo only anaerobic metabolism.
Pseudomonas Media and Tests
An article concerning the detection, identification, differentiation, and cultivation of Pseudomonas species.
Purification of Membrane Proteins
This page shows how to perform a purification of His-tagged membrane proteins.