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Autoclave Sterilization

Autoclave Sterilization

Autoclave sterilization is a moist heat sterilizing technique that is commonly used in laboratories, industries, and hospitals to purify the sample, equipment, glassware, etc. It uses high-pressure steam to destroy the bacterial cells, also called steam sterilization. It is one of the types of steam sterilizers that removes contaminants from the goods like the way a regular pressure cooker does. The products can be made sterile through successive stages of the sterilization cycle, which we […]

Motility Test

Motility test can define as the analytical method, which examines whether the bacteria are motile or non-motile hrough biochemical and microscopic analysis. Tube test is a biochemical method giving macroscopic and cumulative results obtained by the reduction of the biological media (triphenyl tetrazolium chloride) by the positive or motile organisms. Slide test is a microscopic analysis of a microorganism that involves direct examination through hanging drop and wet mount slide test, based on the cell’s microscopic features. Purpose Motility test aims to check the cellular motility of […]

T-Spot Test Procedure

T-Spot Test Procedure

T-SPOT.TB is a type of interferon-gamma release assays (IGRA) used for latent and active tuberculosis diagnosis. Tuberculosis is highly contagious disease spreading through airborne particles containing Mycobacterium tuberculosis.

E. Coli (Escherichia coli)

E. Coli

E. coli (Escherichia coli), is a type of bacteria that normally lives in your intestines. It’s also found in the gut of some animals. Most types of E. coli are harmless and even help keep your digestive tract healthy. But some strains can cause diarrhea if you eat contaminated food or drink fouled water.

Nitrogen (Urine) Test

Urea Nitrogen (urine)

The urine urea nitrogen test determines how much urea is in the urine to assess the amount of protein breakdown. The test can help determine how well the kidneys are functioning and whether your intake of protein is too high or low.

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