New Year, New Look for Lab M's Harlequin™ Chromogenic Media
Lab M's growing range of chromogenic culture media for the isolation and identification of a variety of important micro-organisms has a new look for 2010.
Marketed under the Harlequin™ brand, the range now includes media designed to support the isolation of key organisms of significance to public health such as Listeria monocytogenes, Cronobacter sakazakii, Escherichia coli and Salmonella species. A new Harlequin™ logo and separate identity have been created, making it easier for customers to select chromogenic media specifically.
One of the most significant advances in microbiological culture in recent years, chromogenic media provide a rapid, accurate means of isolating and enumerating target micro-organisms based on the detection of specific enzyme activities.
Harlequin™ chromogenic media can help reduce the need for subculture and confirmatory biochemical tests.
Further details of Lab M's Harlequin range are available at www.labm.com
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Posted: January 11, 2010
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