Ready to Use Agar Plates
Our range of ready to use, prepared agar culture media are specifically designed for growth analysis,purificvation analysis, maintenance and/or cultivation of a wide range of microorganisms. Available in a choice of plates and slants, our ready-to-use products are made available with the highest level of quality as well as performance. Advancells Ready-To-Use agar plates assure of the following:
AdvanceIts ready-to-use agar plates are specifically designed for growth analysis, purification analysis, maintenance and/ or cultivation of non-fastidious /fastidious micro-organisms. Ready-to-use agar plates provides all the necessary nutrients for optimum microbial growth and sustainence for routine research purposes.
Applications of Agar plates
We offer a wide variety of pre-poured plates, ranging from standard media used in routine testing and microbiological food analysis of the samples to bespoke formulations for specialised purposes in the food and dairy industries.
As an independent media producer, we manufacture selective agar media that are used to isolate and count a large range of bacteria and yeast encountered in the brewing industry.
We facilitate the production of high-quality agar media plates for clinical microbiology testings in laboratories. Although there are numerous methods for isolating the bacteria, the gold standard remains to culture microbes on agar plates followed by microscopy and further subcultivation.
Key features of Advancells Diagnostics Agar Plates
- Customized agar plates as per your choice.
- Plates are made on order facilitating longer shelf-life.
- The optimum thickness can be helpful in maintaining the accuracy of plate-based assays.
- Sealed plates for moisture control and avoid contamination
- We value our customers and have been acknowledged for the best after-sales services.
Advancells Diagnostics VTM kits are manufactured in sterile conditions and meet the ISO Guidelines.
Agar in gomm disposable plates.
pH at 25°C
7.2 ± 0.3
Test Passes release criteria
Cultural characteristics observed after an incubation at 35-37°C for 48 hours.