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DNase Test Agar  
#PD022
DNase Test agar is specially recommended for the identification of pathogenic Staphylococci and Serratia. Casein and soy peptone provide nitrogen, vitamins, minerals and aminoacids for growth and deoxyribonucleic acid enables the detection of DNase that depolymerize DNA. Bacteriological agar is the solidifying agent.
Eosin Methylene Blue (EMB) Agar 
#PD025
Isolation and differentiation of Gram negative bacilli
MacConkey Agar
#PD032
Isolation and differentiation of coliforms and Enterobacteriaceae Selective and differential medium designed to isolate and differentiate enterics based on their ability to ferment lactose.  
MacConkey w/o C.V
#PD247
Detection of Coliforms, Enterobactereaceae, Enterococci and Staphylococci from water and waste water
Mannitol Salt Agar  
#PD033
Isolation and differentiation of staphylococci
Sabouraud Dextrose Agar (SDA) 
#PD044
Isolation of saprophytic and pathogenic fungi
SS Agar 
#PD046
Isolation and differentiation of enteropathogens, especially Salmonella-Shigella
NYC Medium  
#PD054
Medium for detection of Neisseria Gonorrhoeae and Neisseria Meningitis Rapid diagnosis of gonorrhoeae not only benefits the individual patient but also improves the control of this infection within the community. This medium provides rapid (24 hrs), luxuriant and highly selective growth of pathogenic Neisseria.
LB + Ampicillin (100mg/l)
#PD178
Maintenance and culture of recombinant strains of E. Coli
LB Agar
#PD179
Maintenance and culture of recombinant strains of E. Coli
LB + Ampicillin (200mg/l)
#PD221
Maintenance and culture of recombinant strains of E. Coli
LB + Carbenicillin
#PD228
Maintenance and culture of recombinant strains of E. Coliv
LB + Chloramphenicol 
#PD241
Maintenance and culture of recombinant strains of E. Coli
LB + Chloramphenicol (34 mg/l)
#PD231
Maintenance and culture of recombinant strains of E. Coli
LB + Kanamycin (50mg/l)
#PD219
Maintenance and culture of recombinant strains of E. Coli
LB + Magnesium + Maltose
#PD231
Maintenance and culture of recombinant strains of E. Coli
LB + Oxytetracycline 
#PD230
Maintenance and culture of recombinant strains of E. Coli
Brilliant Green Agar
#PD083
Isolation of Salmonella spp.
Simmons Citrate Agar – Cat No. PD068
For differentiation of Enterobacteriaceae on the basis of citrate utilization
Sorbitol MacConkey Agar – Cat No. PD070
Detection of Sorbitol negative E. coli
Hy-Legionella Medium (BCYEa) – Cat No. PD073
Isolation of Legionella pneumophilia
Hy-Legionella Medium (BCYEa-CCV) – Cat No. PD074
Selective isolation of Legionella pneumophilia
Hy-Campylobacter Medium BF – Cat No. PD077
Selective blood-free medium for isolation of Campylobacter spp
Hektoen Enteric Agar – Cat No. PD091
Selective isolation of Salmonella Shigella
Yersinia Enterocolitica Selective Medium – Cat No. PD097
Isolation of Yersinia enterocolitica
Select Strep. TSA + 5% Def. Sheep Blood + Aesculin
#PD095
Highly selective due to the addition of special inhibitors making it highly selective for Streptococci, particularly when Gram negative bacilli (e.g. Proteus) are present and tend to overgrow on conventional plates. Group D Streptococci are capable of hydrolyzing Aesculin to glucose and aglycone 6-7 dihydroxycumarin: The aglycone reacts with the iron salts in the medium giving them a black coloring. Group B Streptococci can be identified by the “camp effect” by making a single streak of the unknown bacteria perpendicularly to a strain of Staphylococcus aureus that is known to be crystal violet resistant and produces βeta-Lysin.      
Streptococci Select Medium – Cat No. PD133
#PD133
A selective enriched medium for the isolation of haemolytic Streptococcus from throat swabs and other clinical specimens. It favors growth of Beta haemolytic Streptococci ensuring luxuriant growth of the most fastidious microorganisms within 24 hours at 37oC (anaerobically) while the absolutely unique combination of microbial agents contained in the medium inhibits Gram negative and Gram positive bacteria except for Beta – haemolytic Streptococci which are not affected, and can be differentiated by their typical haemolytic reaction. A zone of growth inhibition around a bacitracin (0.04 units) disc allows the specific differentiation of group A Beta haemolytic Streptococci.
APT Agar
#PD086
Liquid medium for the cultivation of lactic acid bacteria
XLT4 – Cat No. PD193
Highly selective isolation of non-typhy Salmonellae spp.
Mitis-Salivarius Agar – Cat No. PD199
Isolation of Streptococcus mitis, S. mutans and other streptococci and enterococci .
Pseudomonas Isolation Agar
#PD223
Isolation and enumeration of Pseudomonas spp
Cetrimide Agar (Pseudomonas Selective Agar)
#PD210
Selective isolation and enumeration of Pseudomonas spp
Rose Bengal Agar
#PD203
Isolation and enumeration of yeast and molds
VRBG agar plate
#PD206
For detection and enumeration of total Enterobacteriaceae
MacConkey + Gentamycin (1mg/L) – Cat No. PD302
Detection of MDR Acinetobacter
Asculin Bile Agar – Cat No. PD212
Differentiation of streptococci
Bile Aesculin Azide Agar – Cat No. PD261
Differentiation of Group D Streptococci
Modified Letheen Agar 
#PD288
FDA medium for the microbiological analysis of cosmetics. deactivate preservatives
Skim Milk Agar – Cat No. PD317
Differentiation of bacteria based on proteolytic activity
MHA + Vancomycin
#PD322
Screening of Vancomycin resistant Enterococci (VRE)
MHA. + NaCl + Oxacillin, MRSA Screening Agar
#PD255
Screening for MRSA according to NCCLS specifications
Mueller Hinton Agar (MHA)+Def.Sheep Blood  
#PD037
Susceptibility testing of fastidious microorganims according to CLSI specifications
Burkholderia Cepacia Selective Agar
#PD565
For isolation of Burkholderia Cepacia complaex (BCC). The medium complies the specifications in USP42 – NF37 2S – 9471 <60> MICROBIAL EXAMINATION OF NON STERILE PRODUCTS – TESTS FOR BURKHOLDERIA CEPACIA COMPLEX
M-FC agar 90mm
#PD318
PSEUDOMONAS “F” AGAR (KING)
#PD202
TSA CONGO RED
#PD310
CLOSTRIDIUM PERFRINGENS SELECTIVE AGAR
#PD372
BACILLUS CEREUS AGAR
#PD373
Baird Parker Base Agar – Cat No. PD055
Isolation and enumeration of coagulase positive staphylococci
LACTOBACILLI MRS AGAR, PH=5.5
#PD383
MITIS SALIVARIUS+SUCROSE+BACIT(500 UN/L)
#PD199
LISTERIA OXFORD AGAR
#PD375
MIDDLEBROOK 7H 11 + OADC
#PD379
For isolation of Mycobactria
P. GINGIVALIS AGAR
#PD437
PALCAM AGAR
#PD503
BACTEROIDES BILE ESCULIN AGAR (BBE)
#PD504
BRUCELLA AGAR+SERUM+VANCOMYCIN (10MG/L)
#PD538
MSB Sucrose Agar
#PD560
MUELLER HINTON AGAR +MEROPENEM (2 mg/L)
#PD567/2
Chromogenic
For detection of Clostridium difficile
#PD564
Clostridium difficile is the leading cause of nosocomial infectious diarrhea in adults.These infections occur mostly in patients who have both medical care and antibiotic treatment. Typical Appearance of microrganisms C. difficile → colourless and fluorescent under UV light at 365 nm Other bacteria → colourless, no fluorescent or inhibited Product page
CHROMagar Orientation
#PD165
Urinanalysis is the most common clinical microbial test. For instance, in France in 2007, out of 10 million bacteriology tests carried out, 6 million (60%) were urinanalyses. Thus, any workload reduction related to this analysis will dramatically improve the efficiency of the laboratory. Typical Appearance of microrganisms E. coli → dark pink to reddish Enterococcus → turquoise blue Klebsiella, Enterobacter, Citrobacter → metallic blue Proteus → brown halo Pseudomonas → cream, translucent S. aureus → golden, opaque, small S. saprophyticus → pink, opaque, small Product page
CHROMagar Salmonella Plus
#PD409
For the detection and identification of Salmonella spp by biochemical enzymatic reactions Typical Appearance of microrganisms Salmonella (including S. typhi, S. paratyphi A and lactose positive Salmonella) → Mauve
CHROMagar S. Aureus 
#PD235
Detection and differentiation of S. aureus by enzymatic chromogenic reactions
For the detection and identification of methycillin resistent S. aureus
#PD309
Isolation and differentiation of Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) including low level MRSA. Typical Appearance of microrganisms Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) → rose to mauve Methicillin Susceptible Staphylococcus aureus (MSSA) → inhibited Other bacteria → blue, colourless or inhibited Product page
CHROMagar KPC 
#PD420
Chromogenic medium for direct detection and presumptive identification of Carbapenem-Resistant Gram-Negative Bacteria
For direct detection and presumptive identification of ESBL Enterobacteriaceae and Pseudomonas
#PD418
For overnight detection of Gram-negative bacteria producing Extended Spectrum Beta-Lactamase. Typical Appearance of microrganisms E.coli ESBL → Dark pink to reddish Sensitive Gram negative strains → inhibited Klebsiella, Enterobacter, Citrobacter → metallic blue Proteus → brown halo
Selective isolation, enumeration and identification of E.coli by specific enzymatic chromogenic reactions  
#PD132
For detection and enumeration of E. coli in food, water and environmental samples. Typical Appearance of microrganisms E. coli → blue Other gram negative bacteria → colourless Gram positive → inhibited
CHROMagar Candida
#PD125
Isolation and differentiation of Candida spp. by specific enzymatic chromogenic reactions
For detection of Van A / Van B VRE (transmissible resistance = VRE. faecalis & VRE .faecium). 
#PD416
Typical Appearance of microrganisms VRE.faecalis/VRE.faecium pink to mauve E.gallinarum/E.casseliflavus blue or inhibited other bacteria inhibited prodcut page
ALOA Agar Listeria
#PD197
Selective and chromogenic medium for Listeria isolation and L.monocytogenes differentiation (ISO 11290-1 and 2, Amd.1:2004)
MDR Acinetobacter Agar
#PD472
For detection of Acinetobacter sp.: Acinetobacter sp. → red  Other gram (-) → mostly inhibited or blue Gram(+) bacteria and yeasts → inhibited For detection of MDR Acinetobacter (if using the optional supplement CR102): MDR Acinetobacter → red  Non-MDR Acinetobacter → inhibited  Other gram (-) → mostly inhibited or blue Gram(+) bacteria and yeasts → inhibited Product information

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