General Testing Split Plates

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Strep ID Quadplate Thermo Scientific™

Differentiate and presumptively identify streptococci and enterococci with Thermo Scientific™ Remel™ Strep ID Quadplate. In 1953, Maxted demonstrated the use of bacitracin to differentiate group A β-hemolytic streptococci (sensitive) from non-group A streptococci (resistant)1.

Remel™ Haemophilus ID II Triplate Thermo Scientific™

Thermo Scientific™ Remel Haemophilus ID II Triplate is used for speciation of the genus Haemophilus based on the demonstration of growth factor requirements and on the ability to convert delta-aminolevulinic acid (ALA) into porphyrins.

Remel™ Nocardia Quad Thermo Scientific™

Thermo Scientific™ Remel Nocardia Quad is for the differentiation of aerobic actinomycetes.

Synergy Quad Medium Thermo Scientific™

Predict vancomycin and high-level aminoglycoside resistance in Enterococcus spp. using Thermo Scientific™ Synergy Quad.

Remel™ Nocardia Triplate Thermo Scientific™

Thermo Scientific™ Remel Nocardia Triplate is used for differentiation of aerobic actinomycetes.

Strep A Isolation Agar/Strep A Isolation Agar Biplate Thermo Scientific™

Primarily isolate and recover beta-hemolytic group A streptococci from throat cultures and upper respiratory specimens with Thermo Scientific™ Remel™ Strep A Isolation Agar/Strep A Isolation Agar Biplate. Throat culture helps in identification of infection by Streptococcus pyogenes. Gunn et al.

Remel™ Blood Agar Quad Thermo Scientific™

Thermo Scientific™ Remel Blood Agar Quad (TSA 5% Sheep Blood) is used for the isolation and/or differentiation of microorganisms or specimens.

Strep ID II Triplate Thermo Scientific™

Differentiate and presumptively identify streptococci and enterococci with Thermo Scientific™ Remel™ Strep ID II™ Triplate. In 1981, Godsey et al. described a test that uses L-pyrrolidine hydrolysis to identify group A streptococci and enterococci1.

Remel™ Nocardia Quad II Thermo Scientific™

Thermo Scientific™ Remel Nocardia Quad II is used for the differentiation of aerobic actinomycetes.
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