Antibiotic Sensitivity Testing Kit

Antibiotic Sensitivity Testing Kit
B8A18612

Product code: B8A18612

Direct Delivery – up to 4 weeks. Delays Possible Due To COVID-19
GBP85
GBP102 inc VAT

This kit enables students to study the reaction of two bacteria to different concentrations of the same antibiotic and to two different antibiotics.

The kit contains:

  • Cultures of Escherichia Coli (E-Coli) and Staphylococcus albus (S. albus)
  • 10 vials of nutrient agar
  • 2 vials of nutrient broth
  • 20 petri dishes
  • 10 antibiotic discs Penicillin 1.5IU
  • 10 antibiotic discs Penicillin 5IU
  • 10 antibiotic discs Streptomycin 25µg
  • Full instructions

Sufficient materials are provided for 10 students/student groups.

  • 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

Number of Lab Groups
10
Product Type
Antibiotic Sensitivity Testing Kit

Documents

GBP85
GBP102 inc VAT
Direct Delivery – up to 4 weeks. Delays Possible Due To COVID-19

This kit enables students to study the reaction of two bacteria to different concentrations of the same antibiotic and to two different antibiotics.

The kit contains:

  • Cultures of Escherichia Coli (E-Coli) and Staphylococcus albus (S. albus)
  • 10 vials of nutrient agar
  • 2 vials of nutrient broth
  • 20 petri dishes
  • 10 antibiotic discs Penicillin 1.5IU
  • 10 antibiotic discs Penicillin 5IU
  • 10 antibiotic discs Streptomycin 25µg
  • Full instructions

Sufficient materials are provided for 10 students/student groups.

  • 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

Number of Lab Groups
10
Product Type
Antibiotic Sensitivity Testing Kit

Documents

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