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Serves as the ergonomic installation to place anti-bacterial disks onto the agar surface.Easy in a single-hand use. Easy to clean and disinfect saving your time while carrying out various researches.This device has 6-8 cartridges (slots). Used in combination with trigger-equipped Bioanalyse cartridges, which singulate a piece of a disk sheet out of each cartridge around a body of the dispenser on Petri dishes.
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The disk-diffusion method is one of the most used tests in everyday clinical laboratory researches. It is used in antibiotic sensitivity tests. This method fits an ordinary and capricious bacteria testing. Diffusional disks can be used to define antifungal antibiotic sensitivity. Bacitracin, optochin, nitrocephin oxidaze disks and disks filled with other substances are used not to define bacterial sensitivity and steadiness, but to differentiate their numerous strains.
Test strips are used for ESBL analyses (the spread-out β beta-lactamase spectrum) and MBL analyses (metal β-lactamase spectrum).StorageThe closed MIC test-strip blister must be stored at a temperature between -20°C - +8°C until an end of the expiration date specified. After opening the blister MIC test-strips must be stored at a temperature between +2°C - +8°C no longer than 7 days.
Each package has 10, 25 or 30 test-strips inside.There are no more than 5 items in each blister.