Bacterial Culture - Bacillus subtilis

Bacterial Culture - Bacillus subtilis
B8A16056

Product code: B8A16056

Direct Delivery – up to 3 weeks. Delays Possible Due To COVID-19
GBP16.25
GBP19.5 inc VAT

Bacillus subtilis is a rod-like bacterium found in soil and in the gastrointestinal tract of ruminants & humans. It is a Gram Positive bacteria.

  • Pack Size: 1 x Bacterial Slope
  • Storage: Room Temperature (or in the fridge to pro-long life)
  • Subculturing: Monthly
  • Incubation Temperature: 30°C

Bacillus subtilis becomes translucent with age and can give rise to unpredictable growth, so to ensure success you may prefer to store this bacterial culture in fridge and sub-culture on a monthly basis.

  • 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
Bacillus subtilis
Incubation Temperature
30°C
Pack size
1 x Bacterial Culture Slope
Product Type
Bacterial Stock Culture
Storage
Room Temperature
Subculturing
Monthly

Documents

GBP16.25
GBP19.5 inc VAT
Direct Delivery – up to 3 weeks. Delays Possible Due To COVID-19

Bacillus subtilis is a rod-like bacterium found in soil and in the gastrointestinal tract of ruminants & humans. It is a Gram Positive bacteria.

  • Pack Size: 1 x Bacterial Slope
  • Storage: Room Temperature (or in the fridge to pro-long life)
  • Subculturing: Monthly
  • Incubation Temperature: 30°C

Bacillus subtilis becomes translucent with age and can give rise to unpredictable growth, so to ensure success you may prefer to store this bacterial culture in fridge and sub-culture on a monthly basis.

  • 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
Bacillus subtilis
Incubation Temperature
30°C
Pack size
1 x Bacterial Culture Slope
Product Type
Bacterial Stock Culture
Storage
Room Temperature
Subculturing
Monthly

Documents

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