The BIOBASE VTM is a biochemical analyzer that enables the detection of viruses, bacterial cells and other microorganisms. It is used for a variety of purposes and is designed to maximize the effectiveness of the laboratory. This system includes a variety of features that make it an ideal choice for research in the field of infectious diseases. In addition, it is easy to operate and maintain the viability of the samples it holds.
It contains virus-stabilizing ingredients that help maintain virus activity over a wide temperature range. It has a six-time zoom lens and a multi-layer gel filter. It has an indicator that helps to center the gel. It has an intelligent control box and a UV light protection system. A drawer-style gel platform allows the user to easily store the gel. It is also available in a variety of colors and designs.
Its high-resolution camera and high-quality gel filters enable it to capture even the most delicate of documents. Its unique six-time zoom lens and multi-layer gel filter allow it to perform complex tasks with ease. It also features an indicator for centering the gel. The drawer-style gel platform makes it easy to place the image material. It is also convenient to use. Its UV light protection system ensures that the images produced by the system are as accurate as possible.
The BIOBASE Gel Document Imaging System is a highly efficient and versatile solution for virus image capture. Its advanced CCD offers high resolution and a six-time zoom lens. It also has an automatic centering indicator and a patented gel cleavage solution. It is compatible with various document formats, including microfilms. A single-use tube is also available for collection of virus samples from specific human body parts.
The BioBASE Gel Document Imaging System has a six-time zoom lens and CCD with lower lux. It has a six-time lens and a multi-layer gel filter. It has an indicator for centering the gel and an intelligent control box. The system is designed to reduce UV light exposure. This system is perfect for researchers, who need to analyze viruses in a wide range of situations. There are no other systems on the market that can offer this versatility and reliability.
The BIOBASE Gel Document Imaging System has a six-time zoom lens and CCD with lower lux. The system also has a UV light protection system and a drawer-style gel platform. A user can easily insert and remove a sample of the gel using the integrated touchscreen. In addition, the BIOBASE Gel Imaging System has a CCD with a low-lux sensor. The camera and lens are made of glass. The BIOBASE VTM has an indicator to center the gel.
COPAN manufactures a variety of different transport media to meet a wide range of needs. The UTM (Ultra-Tight Microtube) is a FDA-cleared collection system that ships to hospitals, reference labs, and urgent care sites. Its unique design keeps organisms viable for at least 48 hours. Its innovative packaging makes it ideal for travel and storage. For more information, please visit COPAN's UTM resource page.
Port-A-Cul and Copan transporters were held at four degrees Celsius for 96 h. In this time, the samples were serially diluted with phosphate-buffered saline. The results showed that the copan transport media was superior to the port-a-cul medium for all species of bacteria. However, in order to make this comparison, samples of these two cultures should be stored at room temperature.
SSI Diagnostica Transport Medium is a culture medium that is used for most bacteria and allows for limited growth. It is also suitable for pathogen isolation from mixed cultures. Both the Port-A-Cul and the Copan transport media come in 20-piece packs. You can order a specific number of transport sleeves. If you are using a UTM, you must use both the Port-A-Cul and the UTM.
The two transport media were held at 4degC for different periods of time. The samples of the two cultures were compared to each other. The Port-A-Cul transporter preserved anaerobes and mycoplasma. The Copan transport media exhibited a higher degree of viability, but failed to preserve these organisms. This study is the first to show that both of these matrices have comparable viability and stability under different conditions.
The SSI Diagnostica Transport Medium is a non-biocompatible medium that preserves bacteria. The UTM is a biodegradable culture medium that is available in different forms. It can be used to culture all kinds of bacteria. In addition to these, the Copan transport media also comes with various inoculation methods. The port-A-Cul is FDA-cleared for use in clinical specimens. Its liquid form can be reused and is compatible with the UTM.
The SSI Diagnostica Transport Medium can be used to culture a variety of bacteria. It allows limited growth and is ideal for pathogen isolation. The SSI Diagnostica Transport Medium is shipped in 20-piece packs and transport sleeves must be ordered separately. It can also be used with the UTM. The SSI Diagnostica Transport Media is also compatible with the UTM. The Copan UTM is the only transport medium that contains charcoal.
The UTM-RT is ideal for storing specimens for prolonged time at room temperature. The swab transport device has an added benefit of maintaining fragile organisms for extended periods of time. Unlike culturette swabs, the liquid Stuart's medium also has a low background RLU. This can lead to false-positive test results. If you're looking for a way to save money and time, a swab with liquid medium is the way to go.