Merck's New Chromogenic Medium for Detection of Enterobacter sakazakii
An excellent value chromogenic medium for the detection of Enterobacter sakazakii in milk powder and infant formula
No matter how accurate infant milk formula is produced, it will not be sterile and may occasional contain pathogen. Such a pathogen, Enterobacter sakazakii, found in powdered infant formula was associated with outbreaks of really severe disease in neonates and babies. The disease is unreasonably hazardous because of its very high mortality rate, 20-50% of the infants who contracted the disease died and for survivor's often severe and long lasting complications results including neurological disorders.
Merck's new ChromoCult® Enterobacter sakazakii Agar will increase the security in detecting this microorganism in milk powder and infant formula.
For further information about the wide range of products available from Merck Millipore please contact Merck Millipore (see details above) or EMD Chemicals in the USA or click the link below.
Source: Merck Millipore View latest company information
Posted: March 28, 2007
[will open your email client]