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  • Image of Tryptic Soy Agar (TSA)

    S2 Media
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    C838W61

    TSA is a general growth medium utilized for the isolation, cultivation, and maintenance of fastidious and nonfastidious microorganisms It is specified in USP <61> for enumeration tests, growth promotion testing, and counting methods suitability tests Our manufacturing facility and QSM comply...

  • Image of Tryptic Soy Agar (TSA) with 5% Sheep Blood

    S2 Media
    Item #:
    C838W62

    TSA with 5% Sheep Blood is an enriched medium utilized for the isolation, cultivation, and maintenance of fastidious microorganisms and the determination of hemolysins such as Staphylococcus spp. and Streptococcus spp. Our manufacturing facility and QSM comply with cGMP's for medical device...

  • Image of Sabouraud Dextrose Agar (SabDex)

    S2 Media
    Item #:
    C838W63

    SabDex is utilized for the cultivation, isolation, and identification of pathogenic and non-pathogenic fungi (yeasts and molds) Recommended in compendia for pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and food testing Specified in USP <61> and <62> for microbial enumeration tests and the isolation of C....

  • Image of Reasoner's 2A Agar (R2A)

    S2 Media
    Item #:
    C838W64

    Recommended for the enumeration of heterotrophic organisms found in treated potable water The low nutrient content medium promotes growth of stressed or damaged bacteria in conjunction with lower incubation temperatures and longer incubation times Our manufacturing facility and QSM comply with...

  • Image of Potato Dextrose Agar (PDA)

    S2 Media
    Item #:
    C838W65

    A general purpose medium for the cultivation and isolation of yeasts and mold Recommended in standard methods associated with food, dairy, pharmaceuticals, and cosmetics (USP microbial enumeration tests) Our manufacturing facility and QSM comply with cGMP's for medical device manufacturing...

  • Image of Plate Count Agar (PCA)/Standard Methods Agar (SMA)

    S2 Media
    Item #:
    C838W66

    Synonymous with Tryptone Glucose Yeast Agar A nutrient dense medium specified in standard methods for the enumeration of bacteria in dairy, food, water, and other materials of sanitary importance Our manufacturing facility and QSM comply with cGMP's for medical device manufacturing Class I...

  • Image of Nutrient Agar (NA)

    S2 Media
    Item #:
    C838W67

    Used for the cultivation and maintenance of a wide range of nonfastidious organisms often found in water, sewage, and feces This medium is specified in current standard methods including BAM and APHA Our manufacturing facility and QSM comply with cGMP's for medical device manufacturing Class I...

  • Image of Mannitol Salt Agar (MSA)

    S2 Media
    Item #:
    C838W68

    Utilized for the selective isolation and enumeration of staphylococci Recommended in published standards for cosmetics, clinical samples, and pharmaceuticals (USP <62> isolation of S. aureus) Our manufacturing facility and QSM comply with cGMP's for medical device manufacturing Class...

  • Image of MacConkey Agar (MAC)

    S2 Media
    Item #:
    C838W69

    Utilized to isolate and differentiate coliform organisms and enteric pathogens based upon lactose fermentation This medium is recommended in standard methods for water, dairy, cosmetic, food, pharmaceutical, and clinical samples Our manufacturing facility and QSM comply with cGMP's for medical...

  • Image of LB, Lennox Agar

    S2 Media
    Item #:
    C838W70

    Utilized for the cultivation and maintenance of pure cultures of recombinant strains of E. coli for molecular genetic studies Our manufacturing facility and QSM comply with cGMP's for medical device manufacturing Class I Medical Devices for in-vitro diagnostic use Stackable, anti-slip plates...

  • Image of Eosin Methylene Blue (EMB) Agar, Modified

    S2 Media
    Item #:
    C838W71

    Holt-Harris and Teague Formulation A slightly selective medium for the isolation, differentiation, and cultivation of gram-negative enteric bacilli This medium can be used with clinical and non-clinical samples Our manufacturing facility and QSM comply with cGMP's for medical device...

  • Image of Columbia Blood Agar with 5% Sheep Blood (CBA)

    S2 Media
    Item #:
    C838W72

    An enriched, general purpose medium for the isolation of fastidious and nonfastidious microorganisms and the visualization of hemolysins Medium facilitates isolation and growth of all clinically significant anaerobes and facultative anaerobes Our manufacturing facility and QSM comply with...

  • Image of Chocolate Agar

    S2 Media
    Item #:
    C838W73

    Recommended for the isolation and cultivation of fastidious microorganisms, specifically Neisseria and Haemophilus species Our manufacturing facility and QSM comply with cGMP's for medical device manufacturing Class I Medical Devices for in-vitro diagnostic use Stackable, anti-slip plates are...

  • Image of Columbia CNA with 5% Sheep Blood

    S2 Media
    Item #:
    C838W74

    Utilized for the isolation of gram-positive cocci and allows differentiation of hemolysins Our manufacturing facility and QSM comply with cGMP's for medical device manufacturing Class I Medical Devices for in-vitro diagnostic use Stackable, anti-slip plates are packaged in sleeves of 10 in...

  • Image of CLED Agar

    S2 Media
    Item #:
    C838W75

    Also known as Cystine Lactose Electrolyte Deficient Agar Utilized for the isolation, enumeration and presumptive identification of urinary pathogens Class I Medical Devices for in-vitro diagnostic use Stackable, anti-slip plates are packaged in sleeves of 10 in breathable cellulose bags

  • Image of XLD Agar

    S2 Media
    Item #:
    C838W76

    Also known as Xylose-Lysine Deoxycholate Agar Utilized for the isolation and differentiation of gram-negative enteric bacteria, specifically Shigella species Class I Medical Devices for in-vitro diagnostic use Stackable, anti-slip plates are packaged in sleeves of 10 in breathable cellulose bags

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