• How to introduce bacteria into a petri dish

    How to introduce bacteria into a petri dish

    Introduce bacteria to the Petri dishes. Once the agar solution has hardened and the Petri dishes are at room temperature, you are ready for the fun part – introducing the bacteria. There are a couple of methods of doing this – through direct contact or through sample collection. Direct contact: ...
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  • What is a traditional embedding cassette

    Cassettes are the process of embedding material powders or other bulk structures for performance support or chemical protection. It can enhance the processing quality of microorganisms or cell tissues and avoid cutting and trimming. Embedding is commonly used in the immobilization of microorganis...
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  • Advantages of Disposable Sterile Loops

    Disposable plastic inoculation loop is a commonly used laboratory tool in life science experiments. It is widely used in many disciplines such as microbial detection, cell microbiology, and molecular biology. Inoculation loops can be generally divided into disposable plastic inoculation loops acc...
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  • How to use the Petri dish?

    A petri dish is a conventional laboratory vessel, consisting of a flat disc-shaped bottom and a cover, mainly made of plastic and glass, and glass can be used for plant materials, microbial culture and animal cell adherent culture. Most of the plastic is disposable, suitable for laboratory inocul...
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  • How to use slides?

    1 The smear method is a method of making a film that uniformly coats materials on a glass slide. Smear materials include single-celled organisms, small algae, blood, bacterial culture fluid, loose tissues of animals and plants, testis, anthers, etc. Pay attention when smearing: (1) The glass sl...
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  • Cover glass slide tips

    Cover glass slide tips

    Slides can be roughly divided into two categories: ordinary slides and anti-detachment slides: ✓ Ordinary slides can be used for routine HE staining, cytopathology preparations, etc. ✓ Anti-detachment slides are used for experiments such as immunohistochemistry or in situ hybridization The main d...
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  • Can the slide still be used with ash on it? Still accurate?

    Slides are one of the consumables that teachers must use when testing. Do teachers really understand it? A glass slide is a piece of glass or quartz that is used to place things when viewing things with a microscope. When making a sample, a cell or tissue section is placed on the glass slide and ...
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  • What is a pipette?

    Pipettes are commonly used in laboratories to transfer milliliter volumes of liquids, from a minimum of 1 ml to a maximum of 50 ml. Straws can be disposable in sterile plastic or reusable in autoclavable glass. Both pipettes use a pipette to aspirate and expel liquids. Different sizes of pipettes...
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