Lab M to Showcase Quality, Convenient Culture Media at Arab Health 2015
Sheikh Rashid Hall, Stand RH33
Microbiology specialist Lab M will showcase its new convenient culture media product ranges at Arab Health, which takes place 26-29 January 2015 at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre. With a commitment to providing high quality products that aid laboratories in their efforts to optimise efficiency and workflow, Lab M has long been recognised for its comprehensive portfolio of dehydrated culture media (DCM). Now a number of these formulations are available as Pinnacle™ pre-poured plates and µPREP™ ready-to-reconstitute bags for ease of use in any laboratory.
Lab M’s µPREP™ ‘just-add-water’ range of culture media includes µPREP Half Fraser Broth ISO (+FAC) for the isolation of Listeria spp and µPREP Buffered Peptone Water (BPW) ISO used extensively as a pre-enrichment medium in Salmonella testing. These complete media are provided sealed in a 20 litre bag. Simply adding water through the filter means there is no mess and no need to autoclave.
For ultimate convenience, Lab M now also provides its microbiological culture media as Pinnacle™ pre-poured plates. Users benefit from plates, prepared by the manufacturer under a stringent quality management system in a GMP environment.
Managing Director of Lab M, Ian Morris said, “We are very much looking forward to our second attendance at Arab Health and building on the successes of 2014. The last couple of years have been important ones for Lab M having significantly grown our manufacturing facilities, head count and R&D capacity. This has enabled us to commence large-scale manufacture of pre-poured plates and to launch a number of new products.”
Lab M specialists will be available throughout Arab Health 2015 at Sheikh Rashid Hall, Stand RH33 to discuss individual requirements. Visit at the show or for your convenience make an appointment in advance by contacting Chris Wolfenden at Lab M. Email: Chris.Wolfenden@labm.com or Tel: +44 (0)161 820 3833.
Date Published: 9th December 2014
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