Thermo Scientific Microbact System Receives CMMAS Approval for Identification of Salmonella and E. coli
The Thermo Scientific Microbact Gram-negative Bacillus Identification System has been assessed and approved by the Campden and Chorleywood Food Research Association Group, under the Campden Microbiological Method Assessment Scheme (CMMAS), for the identification of Salmonella and E. coli.
The Thermo Scientific Microbact identification kits are miniaturised biochemical test systems that provide recognised, standard biochemical identifications in a faster and simpler test format. The Thermo Scientific Microbact Gram-negative Bacillus (GNB) Identification System (12A, 12B, 12E and 24E) is used to identify Gram-negative bacilli to species level. Thermo Scientific Microbact 12A (12E) is used in the food industry to identify oxidase negative, nitrate positive, glucose fermenting Enterobacteriaceae. Thermo Scientific Microbact 12A and 12B (24E) are used together to identify oxidase positive, nitrate negative, glucose non-fermenters as well as the Enterobacteriaceae.
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Posted: September 28, 2005
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