Bacterial Culture - Escherichia coli K12 Strain

Bacterial Culture - Escherichia coli K12 Strain
B8A16081

Product code: B8A16081

Direct Delivery – up to 3 weeks. Delays Possible Due To COVID-19
GBP16
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Escherichia coli K12 strain (E-Coli) is a Gram Negative rod-like bacterium found in the lower intestine of warm-blooded mammals. The E-Coli K12 strain has been modified to make it only able to survive in certain conditions, removing the risk of food poisoning during proper use.

  • Pack Size: 1 x Bacterial Slope
  • Storage: Room Temperature (or in the fridge to pro-long life)
  • Subculturing: Monthly
  • Incubation Temperature: 30°C
  • Aseptic handling technique should always be observed when handling bacterial cultures.
  • Our living bacterial cultures are carefully selected for teaching purposes, and as such, most are classified as Hazard Group 1 - unlikely to cause human disease.
  • Bacterial cultures should be regularly subcultured to maintain their health.
  • Cultures should always be inspected for contamination before use.
  • Any cultures stored in the fridge should be given time to return to room temperature before use.

Further Information

Agar Type
Nutrient Agar
Culture Type
Escherichia coli K12
Incubation Temperature
30°C
Pack size
1 x Bacterial Agar Slope
Product Type
Bacterial Stock Culture
Storage
Room Temperature
Subculturing
Monthly

Documents

GBP16
GBP19.2 inc VAT
Direct Delivery – up to 3 weeks. Delays Possible Due To COVID-19

Escherichia coli K12 strain (E-Coli) is a Gram Negative rod-like bacterium found in the lower intestine of warm-blooded mammals. The E-Coli K12 strain has been modified to make it only able to survive in certain conditions, removing the risk of food poisoning during proper use.

  • Pack Size: 1 x Bacterial Slope
  • Storage: Room Temperature (or in the fridge to pro-long life)
  • Subculturing: Monthly
  • Incubation Temperature: 30°C
  • Aseptic handling technique should always be observed when handling bacterial cultures.
  • Our living bacterial cultures are carefully selected for teaching purposes, and as such, most are classified as Hazard Group 1 - unlikely to cause human disease.
  • Bacterial cultures should be regularly subcultured to maintain their health.
  • Cultures should always be inspected for contamination before use.
  • Any cultures stored in the fridge should be given time to return to room temperature before use.

Further Information

Agar Type
Nutrient Agar
Culture Type
Escherichia coli K12
Incubation Temperature
30°C
Pack size
1 x Bacterial Agar Slope
Product Type
Bacterial Stock Culture
Storage
Room Temperature
Subculturing
Monthly

Documents

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