10/02/2006

LABORATORIOS CONDA, S.A.

New Media for Salmonella

Salmonellosis is an infection caused by a bacteria called Salmonella. The Salmonella germ is a group of bacteria that can cause diarrhoeal illness in humans. Salmonella live in the intestinal tracts of humans and animals. They pass from the feces of people or animals to other people or animals. Salmonella are usually transmitted to humans by the ingestion of contaminated foods. These foods are often of animal origin: beef, poultry, milk or egg, but all food may become contaminated.

Due to the sanitary importance of Salmonella, CONDA offers an improved formula of the well-known Salmonella Shigella Agar (Cat. 1064):

• NEW MODIFIED SALMONELLA SHIGELLA AGAR (Cat. 1186)

• Yields more Salmonellas and Shigellas
• E.Coli is more inhibited
• S.Sonnei colonies have a pink colour making the differentiation of Salmonella easier

• MEDIA FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF SALMONELLA ACCORDING
TO ISO 6579:2002
We would like to take the opportunity to remind you that CONDA also offers all the media required for the identification of Salmonella complying with ISO 6579:2002. Among the necessary media for Salmonella you can choose from:

• Buffered Peptone Water (ISO 6579:2002) (Cat. 1402)
• Rappaport Soy Broth (Vassiliadis) (ISO 6579:2002) (Cat. 1174)
• Muller-Kauffmann Broth Base w/ Brilliant Green & Novobiocine (MKTTN) (ISO 6579:2002) (Cat. 1173)
• XLD Agar (ISO 6579:2002) (Cat. 1274)
• Nutrient Agar (ISO 6579:2002) (Cat. 1060)
• TSI Agar (ISO 6579:2002) (Cat. 1172)
• Lysine Decarboxylase Broth (ISO 6579:2002) (Cat. 1175)
• Urea Agar Base (ISO 6579:2002) (Cat. 1110)

For more information regarding prices, pack sizes and samples, please contact us.