Sterile dishes for microbiology

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83,41£ - 84,49£

  • Perfect for microbiological cultures
  • Professionally made of non-toxic, high-strength polystyrene
  • Available variant: 90mm and 60mm with or without ventilation
  • Package size: 24x25pcs/600pcs - 90mm and 67x15pcs 1005pcs for 60mm
  • Proper design ensures efficient use and allows for stacking
  • Placed into bags by machine, they remain completely intact during production and packaging
  • It is produced under the Quality Management System in accordance with the PN-EN ISO 9001:2000 and PN-EN ISO 13485:2003 standards
  • They meet the requirements of the directive on medical devices used for in vitro diagnosis 98/79/EEC
  • High protection against cross-contamination
  • E-Beam sterilization
  • Sterile, Free from DNase, RNase and human DNA
  • Full automation of production and clean room conditions
  • Production in accordance with ISO9001:2015 & ISO13485, ISO11137

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SKU: GP521Material: PSDiameter: 140 mmHeight: 20 mmVentilation fins: NEVER Sterile: RoofShape: RoundNumber of chambers: Onepcs/pack: 11x10pcs. /110pcs.Price: 84,49£
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SKU: GP531Material: PSDiameter: 140 mmHeight: 20 mmVentilation fins: YESSterile: RoofShape: RoundNumber of chambers: Onepcs/pack: 11x10pcs. /110pcs.Price: 84,49£
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SKU: GP506Material: PSDiameter: 90 mmHeight: 14,2 mmVentilation fins: NEVER Sterile: RoofShape: RoundNumber of chambers: Onepcs/pack: 24x25pcs. /600pcs.Price: 83,41£
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SKU: GP508Material: PSDiameter: 90 mmHeight: 14,2 mmVentilation fins: YESSterile: RoofShape: RoundNumber of chambers: Onepcs/pack: 24x25pcs. /600pcs.Price: 83,41£
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Sterile dishes with blue liquid.SKU: GP507Material: PSDiameter: 90 mmHeight: 16,2 mmVentilation fins: NEVER Sterile: RoofShape: RoundNumber of chambers: Onepcs/pack: 24x25pcs. /600pcs.Price: 83,41£
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Sterile dishes with blue liquid.SKU: GP509Material: PSDiameter: 90 mmHeight: 16,2 mmVentilation fins: YESSterile: RoofShape: RoundNumber of chambers: Onepcs/pack: 24x25pcs. /600pcs.Price: 83,41£
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Sterile dishes for microbiologySKU: GP516Material: PSDiameter: 60 mmHeight: 14,2 mmVentilation fins: NEVER Sterile: RoofShape: RoundNumber of chambers: Onepcs/pack: 67x15pcs. /1005pcs.Price: 83,41£
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Sterile dishes for microbiologySKU: GP504Material: PSDiameter: 60 mmHeight: 14,2 mmVentilation fins: YESSterile: RoofShape: RoundNumber of chambers: Onepcs/pack: 67x15pcs. /1005pcs.Price: 83,41£
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Versatile scientific tools

Googlab Scientific sterile microbiology dishes, or Petri dishes for microbiology, are an extremely important tool in microbiology laboratories. They are characterized by a high degree of purity, which means that they are devoid of any forms of living microorganisms, such as bacteria, fungi or viruses. They have a special design that minimizes the risk of contamination, which is extremely important when conducting microbiological tests. Petri dishes - these small but extremely versatile scientific tools are of particular importance in the fields of biology, microbiology and medicine. Named after the German bacteriologist Julius Richard Petri, Petri dishes are an integral part of laboratory research, enabling the cultivation and analysis of microorganisms in controlled conditions.

Safety during research

Microbiology dishes are made of transparent polystyrene, which allows you to observe the growth of microorganisms on the surface of the plate. These small, flat dishes made of transparent glass or plastic are designed to provide an ideal environment for the growth of microorganisms. Their basic features, such as a flat, round form and cover, are key to maintaining aseptic conditions, which is essential in laboratory tests.

Sterile microbiology dishes, or Petri dishes, are used to isolate single colonies of microorganisms. By inoculating a microbiological sample on the surface of a dish and incubating it under appropriate conditions, the microorganisms grow as single colonies, which can then be subjected to further tests.

Dishes are also used to prepare microbiological media. These media serve as a substrate for the growth and cultivation of microorganisms in the laboratory. Sterile dishes allow for precise measurement of appropriate amounts of medium components and enable their thorough mixing.

Googlab Scientific sterile microbiology dishes are used to perform various microbiological tests, such as microbial sensitivity tests to antibiotics, microbial identification tests and biochemical tests. Due to their sterility, the dishes ensure reliable results of these tests.

Sterile dishes are also used to store microorganisms in the form of frozen cultures or microbiological cultures. This allows the microorganisms to be stored in a stable state for a longer period of time.

Application of a microbiology dish

Petri dishes have many uses. They are used in the cultivation of bacteria, viruses, fungi and other microorganisms. They can also be used as a substrate for drug susceptibility tests, assessment of antibiotic effectiveness, and detection and identification of pathogens. They also make it possible to study interactions between microorganisms, analyze the effects of disinfectants, and conduct scientific research in the field of molecular biology and genetics.

When working with Petri dishes, hygiene and precision are extremely important. Samples are usually applied to the surface of an agar or gel-like substance that serves as a medium for microorganisms. After inoculating the samples, the plates are closed with a cover that prevents contamination from entering from the outside.

Petri dishes are not only a reliable research tool, but also symbolize progress in the field of biology and medicine. Thanks to them, scientists and doctors can better understand the world of microorganisms, discover new drugs, develop strategies to combat infectious diseases and develop diagnostic methods.

To sum up, sterile microbiology dishes or Petri dishes are an indispensable part of laboratories around the world. Their simplicity and versatility enable researchers to conduct microbiological research accurately and effectively. It is a tool that plays an irreplaceable role in developing scientific knowledge and contributing to progress.

FEATURES

  • Safety and hygiene: Petri dishes are made of plastic, which allows you to observe the growth and behavior of microorganisms without exposing laboratory staff to the risk of infection. Additionally, their distinctive lid provides an airtight seal, protecting the contents from external contamination. Precision and repeatability: Petri dishes are available in standard sizes and shapes, which allows for precise measurements and comparability of results between different tests. Each plate can also be divided into sections, allowing multiple experiments to be performed simultaneously on a single medium.
  • Convenient Labeling: The surface of Petri dishes is ideal for labeling microbial samples. You can put labels on them, write on them or use special paints, which makes it easier to identify and distinguish individual cultures.
  • Growth environment: Once microorganisms are inoculated into petri dishes, they will have the opportunity to reproduce and colonize the surface of the medium. Depending on the species and environmental conditions, growth may take various forms, such as a uniform layer, colonies with a characteristic shape or filamentous structures.
  • Easy to use and store: Petri dishes are easy to use and also easy to store, thanks to their compact size. They can be stored in incubators, cold rooms or laboratory cabinets, enabling long-term storage of samples for comparison and subsequent analysis.

RANGES

  • Temperature range: room
  • Shelf life: 3 years from the date of manufacture (make sure the packaging is in good condition)

USAGE

  • Culture of Microorganisms: Petri dishes are commonly used to cultivate bacteria, fungi and other microorganisms. Agar (a gel with nutritious properties) is placed on the plate and microorganisms are spread on it. Agar provides appropriate conditions for the growth and reproduction of microorganisms, and Petri dishes allow for the observation of their growth and analysis of colonies.
  • Antibiotic susceptibility tests: Petri dishes are used in antibiotic tests to determine the sensitivity of microorganisms to various drugs. Bacteria are spread on the plate, and then disks with antibiotics are placed on the surface. It is observed which antibiotics inhibit the growth of bacteria, which allows for the selection of effective treatment.
  • Microbiological research: Petri dishes are used for a variety of microbiological research, such as examining the microflora in environmental samples, identifying and isolating bacterial strains, and examining the effects of chemicals on microorganisms. Petri dishes allow for controlled and accurate experiments.
  • Gene Cloning: Petri dishes are also used in gene cloning techniques such as PCR (polymerase chain reaction) and genetic engineering. Petri dishes with agarose or agarose are used as templates for placing DNA samples, which are then subjected to appropriate amplification or genetic maVATulation processes.
  • Breeding research: Petri dishes are used in plant breeding research, such as tissue culture, in vitro, or micropropagation. In such cases, Petri dishes with agarose serve as a substrate for placing plant explants and creating appropriate conditions for the growth and reproduction of tissues.
  • Toxicological tests: Petri dishes are used in toxicological tests to assess the effects of chemicals on living organisms, such as cytotoxicity tests and mutagenicity tests. Cell lines or model organisms are placed on a plate and then exposed to the test substances, observing their reaction and toxic effects.

CERTIFICATES

  • It is manufactured under the Quality Management System compliant with the PN-EN ISO 9001:2000 and PN-EN ISO 13485:2003 standards
  • Meets the requirements of the directive on medical devices used for in vitro diagnosis 98/79/EEC
  • Certified Medical Product, application number to the Office for Registration of Medicinal Products, Medical Devices and Biocidal Products PL/DR 011865

STERILIZATION

  • Sterile: YES
  • E-beam sterilization, SAL=10-6. The product was irradiated and released dosimetrically based on ANSI/AAMI/ISO 11137
  • Each production lot is sampled and tested according to standard operating procedures. Appearance Inspection: Qualified. Leak test: qualified. Pipette Fit Test: Qualified. Packaging Inspection: Qualified.