Consumables > Culture media

Sensititre Gram negative Extra MIC format (Part No. GNXF*)

07 June, 2010

Sensititre has added its Gram negative Extra MIC format (Part No. GNXF*) to the Non Fermenter MIC format (Part No. NF) as a solution for testing the most resistant Gram negative isolates.


Clonetics B-ALI bronchial air liquid interface media

11 May, 2010

The B-ALI bronchial air liquid interface medium BulletKit provides scientists with a tool to investigate new areas of bronchial epithelial research in a more physiologically relevant way.


MicroBioLogics lyophilised reference stock cultures

06 April, 2010 by

MicroBioLogics specialises in producing lyophilised reference stock cultures and enumerated microorganism preparations for quality control laboratories. The company offers more than 750 microorganism strains derived from well-known culture collections from around the world.


CryoInstant cryovials preservation system

01 April, 2010

CryoInstant is a preservation system that can be used for storing microbiological culture. It consists of 2 mL sterile cryovials containing 25 porous inoculating beads and a cryopreservative broth additive.


Clonetics KGM-Gold Keratinocyte Growth Medium: A new robust and versatile serum-free medium formulation for high and low density normal human epidermal keratinocyte (NHEK) cultures

01 April, 2010

Cultured human keratinocytes provide a model to study a number of medically relevant topics such as metabolism, nutrition, toxicity, differentiation, various epidermal diseases, and the treatment of serious burns.


Brilliance Staph 24 Agar

30 March, 2010 by

Brilliance Staph 24 Agar is a selective and diagnostic chromogenic medium for the isolation and enumeration of coagulase-positive staphylococci (CPS) in foods, within 24 hours. On Brilliance Staph 24 Agar, CPS will grow as dark blue colonies on a clear agar background, allowing rapid, easy identification and enumeration.


Fisher Biotec foetal and adult bovine serum

04 February, 2010

Fisher Biotec has a range of bovine serum which has been sourced and processed in the south-west of Western Australia.


Serum for cell culture

18 December, 2009

Fisher Biotec has available a range of Bovine Serum, which has been sourced and processed in the south-west of Western Australia.


Authenticated cell lines

01 October, 2009 by

In collaboration with the European Collection of Cell Cultures (ECACC) and its partners, Sigma-Aldrich now offers access to approximately 700 authenticated cell lines from ECACC’s general collection. The most commonly used lines are now stored in Australia and available within days, rather than weeks, of ordering.


Clostridium perfringens media

22 September, 2009 by

The anaerobic microorganism Clostridium perfringens is well known as a cause of food poisoning, with cooked meats and gravy presenting some of the greatest risks. Heat-resistant spores can survive cooking processes, germinating when food is subsequently held at ambient temperature. Improper cooling and reheating may then result in multiplication of the bacteria to levels high enough to cause illness when ingested, with clinical symptoms resulting from the action of an endotoxin produced in the gut.


Cronobacter species media

22 September, 2009 by

Oxoid has introduced two culture media for the fast and reliable identification of Cronobacter species (formerly known as Enterobacter sakazakii) from food and environmental samples.


Endothelial cell culture media

09 June, 2009 by

The Millipore EndoGro products for vascular research include HUVEC cells and advanced media formulations for endothelial cell culture.


Culture-treated labware

08 April, 2009 by

The Iwaki range of tissue culture products from Sterilin consists of standard non treated and tissue culture treated ware and come with a distinctive purple cap. The range includes substrate-coated products for combating problems associated with in vitro cell culture.


Chromagenic culture media

08 April, 2009 by

bioMérieux is enhancing its line of food safety solutions with the launch of two chromogenic culture media, chromID Sakazakii and chromID Vibrio.


Selective agar supplements

08 April, 2009 by

CHROMagar Microbiology has released three selective supplements for use with CHROMagar Orientation media.


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