Aerobic Count in just 24 hours!

Aerobic Count in just 24 hours!

Microbiology / Agricultural Sciences / Agro-Food / Water & Beverages

February 02, 2015

Aerobic plate count is the "go-to" indicator test for measuring the microorganism levels in food and food production areas and helps companies ensure quality and reduce food spoilage. So getting fast, accurate counts is critical for making time-sensitive decisions.

3M™ Petrifilm™ Rapid Aerobic Count Plates are fast, accurate, sample-ready culture medium systems. They contain nutrients, a coldwater-soluble gelling agent, and a dual-sensing indicator technology that allows you to easily count colonies in just 24 hours for most food matrices.

  • Faster results and less labor mean more time and resources for monitoring your processes, ensuring tighter process control and improving product quality.
  • Helps prevent the costly retesting and delayed results often caused by spreader colonies.
  • Proven as reliable as the SMA plate method

Faster results. Smarter decisions. Better process control.

  • Fast results: Get accurate results after just 24 hours incubation (excluding dairy powders).
  • Easy interpretation: Unique technology resists distortion often caused by spreader colonies.
  • Easy to use: Added foam barrier around the inoculation area makes the process easier.
  • Broad performance: Can be used on all foods.
  • Versatile: Ideal for air, swab or surface contact environmental testing

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Mouse SimpleStep ELISA Kits

Mouse SimpleStep ELISA Kits

Microbiology / Agricultural Sciences / Agro-Food /...

ELISA kits to mouse targets may be less reproducible, specific and sensitive when compared to ELISA kits to other species’ targets due to the use of batch-specific polyclonal antibodies. Use of monoclonal antibodies in ELISA is preferred for target specificity and reproducibility; however, mouse monoclonal antibodies cannot be generated to mouse targets and the use of related rodent hosts, such as rat are difficult to produce.


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