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SimPlate® Campylobacter CI

BioControl, Detection and quantification of Campylobacter coli and Campylobacter jejuni in poultry rinses and meat

Synonym: Campy



material   plastic vials (containing dehydrated culture media)
shelf life   6‑18 mo.
mfr. no.   BioControl Systems, 66006-100
storage condition   dry media
compatibility   for use with SimPlate (65009BC)
storage temp.   room temp



1 package of 50 single-test vials

Testing Method

Binary Detection Technology

Features and Benefits

• Proprietary chromogenic media and patented plating device with isolation wells combine to produce easily counted results in just 48 hours.
• While the traditional agar plate reference method requires the use of 4 Campy CEFEX agar plates to analyze 1 mL sample, SimPlate Campylobacter has been validated to provide equivalent results with just a single plate. Combined with the reduction of necessary sample dilutions, made possible by the broad counting range of the plate (1-738), SimPlate reduces number of tests required for each sample, helping to reduce overall testing costs.

Legal Information

Binary Detection Technology is a trademark of BioControl Systems, Inc.

SimPlate is a registered trademark of BioControl Systems, Inc.

Other Notes

Required for use: SimPlate Device (65009BC)

Kit component only


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Safety & Documentation

Safety Information

NONH for all modes of transport


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