Featured Microbiology News - page 32
Designed for the less often performed tests these real time PCR kits are available for S. aureus, B. cereus and C. perfringens, also meat speciation and GMO testing.
TSC has added liquid Amies transport swab to their Probact range of transport swabs - CLSI M40-A compliant, CE marked, EMDD 93/42/EEC, suitable automated and manual systems.
Don Whitley Scientific has launched two new anaerobic workstations running from three separate gases. They can operate around 30% cheaper than dual gas versions (which use cylinders of ANO2 and N2)
Using Laser Induced Fluorescence in a single portable instrument, the TSI BioTrak counts airborne particles compliant to ISO 21501-4 including VBNC, also ideal for root cause analysis.
Synergy Health are using Cherwell Laboratories’ SAS Pinocchio compressed air and bottled gas sampler, a lower flow rate helps maintain viability of organisms and also gives quantifiable results as a known volume of air sample is tested.
Now with AFNOR approval the 'Pathatrix® Auto Salmonella spp allows your lab to do more tests at a lower cost by pooling up to ten samples together before detection by selective agar plates or PCR.
PurFlock Ultra® flocked swabs are used with Puritan’s UniTranz-RT TM universal transport medium systems for the collection, preservation, and transport of viruses, chlamydia, Mycoplasma, and ureaplasma specimens.
By using a FLOQSwab and UTM™, sample collection for the diagnosis of respiratory virus infections like pH1N1 can be done in outpatient departments and remote sites and can be safely transported to the laboratories.
The 3M™ Petrifilm™ Rapid Yeast and Mold Count Plate features a new indicator technology that makes colonies easier to interpret, these completely sample-ready plates return yeast and mold results in just 48 hours. Now with AOAC-PTM certification.
Microbiology specialist Lab M is exhibiting for the first time at this year’s Arab Health exhibition and congress, which takes place from 27-30 January 2014 at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre.
Designed for specialised veterinary groups investigating unknown viral infections, AHVLA Scientific's pan-viral microarray service offers laboratory investigation of clinical samples to identify unknown viral pathogens.
ATCC Virology Collection offers a number of Influenza virus type A and B strains from a variety of sources, including several that have been adapted for propagation in MDCK cells.
The new VWR microbiological culture media portfolio complements the ready to use media range for a wide variety of applications in many different industries including pharma, cosmetic, food, dairy, environment and water control.
GenIUL expands vPCR with PAUL system, an open platform for different sample containers such as microplates, culture bottles and filtration membranes.
Giving improved growth rates of Listeria, LEE (Listeria Express Enrichment) Broth enhances the expression of target antigens for downstream testing by commercially available immunological methods.
AHVLA Scientific offer an extensive range of high quality biological diagnostic reagents and kits to veterinary diagnostic laboratories worldwide for effective and reliable laboratory testing including Brucella testing kits.
The 3M™ Petrifilm™ Rapid Yeast and Mold Count Plate is an indicator test that enables the detection of yeasts and molds in as little as 48 hours, faster than conventional agar methods 3M
For the most reliable fungal species level identification, NCIMB looks at both the D2 LSU regions and sequencing either one or both of the ITS regions, combining the two techniques is found to be the best approach.
Priorclave has launched its largest cylindrical chamber steam sterilizer as part of the popular and established Q63 autoclave range which is renowned for its affordability, high pack density and has proven ideal for accepting taller than average
At Lab Innovations 2013 (6-7 Nov 2013, Birmingham UK), Lab M will discuss the further extension of its Captivate™ range of Immunomagnetic Separation products for the isolation of Shiga Toxin-Producing Escherichia coli (STEC) strains