Frey Scientific Sensitivity Discs, Blank, Pack of 50

Item #: 525760
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Frey Scientific Blank Antibiotic Sensitivity Disc indicates antibiotic effect on bacteria by measuring in-vitro susceptibility of micro-organisms to various antibiotics. Sterile disc requires refrigeration and comes in a self-dispensing magazine. Sold as 50 per pack.
  • Set of 50 sterile blank disks can serve a control for your antibiotic sensitivity studies
  • Use to test different contents (like household cleaners) on bacteria for each disk and place on an agar plate to measure zone of inhibition
  • Antibiotic discs can be used for a variety of experiments involving bacteria, chemicals, and beyond in a safe and reliable way
  • All discs were made in strict compliance with current GMP standards and tested for growth performance, pH and sterility using the NCCLS - Quality Control For Commercially Prepared Microbiological Culture Media