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EZ-CFU™

With EZ-CFU ready-to-use reference cultures, Growth Promotion Testing doesn’t have to be a hassle. Delivering 10-100 CFU per 0.1 ml inoculum, following a simple 1:10 dilution step, each microorganism suspension provides up to 90 tests. These handy kits allow for fast, reliable Growth Promotion Testing. Plus, EZ-CFU microorganisms are just three passages from the reference strains. All in all, EZ-CFU makes meeting Pharmacopeia standards for Growth Promotion Testing easier than ever.

Highlights
- Delivers 10-100 CFU per 0.1 ml following a 1:10 dilution step
- 900+ tests per kit, ideal for high volume Growth Promotion Testing
- Strains are less than or equal to three passages from reference culture – meets USP/Ph. Eur./JP requirements
- Refrigerated storage is easy and economical
- Online Certificate of Analysis provides detailed strain information
- Traceability to reference cultures ensures authenticity
- Technical Support experts available for guidance
- Product warranty

Applications and Test Methods
- Growth Promotion Testing
- Media Challenge Testing
- Suitability of Counting Methods
- Suitability of Sterility Tests
- Suitability of Tests for Specified Microorganisms
- Microbial Limits Testing
- Microbial Enumeration Testing
- Validation of Neutralization Methods
- Methods requiring a low CFU concentration
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Package Details
- 20 quantitated lyophilized microorganism pellets
- 10 vials of hydrating fluid (2 ml in each vial)
- Illustrated Instruction for Use

Available products

MB0392C             Aspergillus brasiliensis derived from ATCC® 16404™
MB0998C             Bacillus cereus derived from ATCC® 10876™
MB0486C             Bacillus subtilis subsp. spizizenii derived from ATCC® 6633™
MB0445C             Bacteroides vulgatus derived from ATCC® 8482™
MB0443C             Candida albicans derived from ATCC® 10231™
MB0487C             Clostridium sporogenes derived from ATCC® 11437™
MB0317C             Clostridium sporogenes derived from ATCC® 19404™
MB0306C             Enterobacter aerogenes derived from ATCC® 13048™
MB0366C             Enterococcus faecalis derived from ATCC® 29212™
MB0497C             Enterococcus faecalis derived from ATCC® 7080™
MB0335C             Escherichia coli derived from ATCC® 25922™
MB0483C             Escherichia coli derived from ATCC® 8739™
MB0872C             Geobacillus stearothermophilus derived from ATCC® 12980™
MB0871C             Geobacillus stearothermophilus derived from ATCC® 7953™
MB0688C             Kocuria rhizophila derived from ATCC® 9341™
MB0813C             Lactobacillus fermentum derived from ATCC® 9338™
MB0687C             Listeria monocytogenes derived from ATCC® 19115™
MB0353C             Pseudomonas aeruginosa derived from ATCC® 27853™
MB0484C             Pseudomonas aeruginosa derived from ATCC® 9027™
MB0524C             Pseudomonas protegens (G) derived from ATCC® 17386™
MB0890C             Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica serovar Abony derived from NCTC 6017
MB0902C             Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica serovar Choleraesuis derived from ATCC® 10708™
MB0421C             Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica serovar Typhimurium derived from ATCC® 13311™
MB0363C             Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica serovar Typhimurium derived from ATCC® 14028™
MB0360C             Staphylococcus aureus subsp. aureus derived from ATCC® 25923™
MB0937C             Staphylococcus aureus subsp. aureus derived from ATCC® 49476™
MB0827C             Staphylococcus aureus subsp. aureus derived from ATCC® 6538P™
MB0485C             Staphylococcus aureus subsp. aureus derived from ATCC® 6538™
MB0371C             Staphylococcus epidermidis derived from ATCC® 12228™
MB0385C             Streptococcus pyogenes derived from ATCC® 19615™