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Microbiologics Unveils New EZ-Accu Shot™ Select

EZ-Accu Shot Select Growth Promotion Testing
Microbiologics has unveiled EZ-Accu Shot™ Select, an extension of the remarkably popular EZ-Accu Shot™ product brand. EZ-Accu Shot™ Select boasts all the same features and benefits as the original EZ-Accu Shot™, but will include five compendial microorganism strains for Growth Promotion Testing in one convenient package. Microbiologics manufactures a wide variety of biological reference materials that are used for Quality Control testing worldwide.

EZ-Accu Shot™ Select is packaged as a kit containing five Quality Control strains required by the Pharmacopeias for Growth Promotion Testing, all of which are derived from the American Type Culture Collection (ATCC).
The strains included are Aspergillus brasiliensis ATCC® 16404™, Bacillus subtilis subsp. spizizenii ATCC® 6633™, Candida albicans ATCC® 10231™, Pseudomonas aeruginosa ATCC® 9027™, and Staphylococcus aureus subsp. aureus ATCC® 6538™. Each strain comes in the form of a quantitative, instant-dissolving lyophilized pellet.

As required by the Pharmacopeias, EZ-Accu Shot™ Select microorganisms deliver less than 100 Colony Forming Units (CFU). For added convenience, the EZ-Accu Shot™ Select kit also contains hydration fluid and individual peel-off information labels for each strain. 'With EZ-Accu Shot™ Select, the customer receives everything needed for Growth Promotion testing in one convenient package. It's easy-to-use, fast, accurate, traceable and affordable; EZ-Accu Shot™ Select really is the best of the best', comments Microbiologics Chief Executive Officer, Brad Goskowicz.

EZ-Accu Shot™ Select is not intended for clinical use.


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Source: MicroBioLogics, Inc. View latest company information

Posted: February 24, 2011
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