Anaerobe Testing Split Plates

Remel™ Biplates: Anaerobic Reducible through Levine Agars Thermo Scientific™

Perform screening and isolation in the same 12 x 85mm dish using Thermo Scientific™ Remel™ Biplates, divided into two sections to hold either the same media on both sides or two media, one on each side.

Remel™ Anaerobic CDC No. 3 Quad Thermo Scientific™

Thermo Scientific™ Remel Anaerobic CDC No. 3 Quad (Lombard-Dowell Base) facilitates presumptive identification of anaerobic bacteria.

Anaerobic Reducible LKV Blood Agar/Reducible Blood Agar with Neomycin and Vanomycin Biplate Thermo Scientific™

Cultivate and isolate fastidious anaerobic bacteria with Thermo Scientific™ Remel™ Anaerobic Reducible LKV Blood Agar/Reducible Blood Agar, neomycin, vanomycin biplate. This divided culture plate contains reducible blood agar on one half, which improves the recovery of anaerobic organisms1,2.  The other half of the culture plate contains selective agents (laked-blood, kanamycin, vancomycin and neomycin), which allow the recovery of gram-negative anaerobes, especially Bacteriodes spp3 and Clostridium spp. 

Haemophilus ID Quad Medium Thermo Scientific™

Speciate the genus Haemophilus using Thermo Scientific™ Haemophilus ID Quad, a medium containing three separate growth requirements and horse blood for the production of hemolysis, all on a single prepared media plate.

Anaerobic Gram Positive ID Quad Plates Thermo Scientific™

Presumptively identify anaerobic, gram-positive rods using Thermo Scientific™ Remel™ Anaerobic Gram Positive ID Quad (Lombard-Dowell Base)1. The Remel Anaerobic Gram Gram Positive ID Quad is based on the CDC’s Presumpto Plates2: I, II, and III, with three quadrants containing various differential media, which can be used to identify Clostridium spp3.

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