Microtechnology: Iso Specified Listeria Medium Range Extended
Apr 05 2006 Read 1411 Times
Extensive international validation studies have confirmed the new product to be both sensitive and specific - with a 34% increase in positive isolations over traditional media.
Chromogenic media utilise state-of-the-art detection and identification systems. Harlequin Listeria incorporates a novel chromogen that results in the formation of an intense pigment that is retained within the colonies. L.monocytogenes is distinguished from other Listeria species by the development of a precipitate halo around the colonies. Presumptive identification is straightforward, reducing the need for subculture and confirmatory testing.
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