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Luria Broth Ready-to-Pour Agar Media

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Luria Broth Ready-to-Pour Agar Media is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
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Each ready-to-pour set contains premixed, sterile agar sufficient for pouring 25 plates. Simply melt in a microwave oven, water bath, or autoclave; cool; add antibiotic; and pour into the sterile plates provided. Each bottle is sealed to prevent contamination and drying. Antibiotic solutions are provided separately in sterile aliquots to be added after the agar has been melted and cooled to 50° C.

Antibiotics are good for one month if refrigerated, longer if frozen.

 
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Each ready-to-pour set contains premixed, sterile agar sufficient for pouring 25 plates. Simply melt in a microwave oven, water bath, or autoclave; cool; add antibiotic; and pour into the sterile plates provided. Each bottle is sealed to prevent contamination and drying. Antibiotic solutions are provided separately in sterile aliquots to be added after the agar has been melted and cooled to 50° C.

Antibiotics are good for one month if refrigerated, longer if frozen.

 
 

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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Shipping issues We received 2 sleeves of petri dishes and 2 bottles of agar in an over-sized box. One of the sleeves of petri dishes was damaged in shipping. Only 3 of the dishes were unaffected by the shipping. More protection is needed for the dishes if they are going to be shipped in such a large box.
Date published: 2013-12-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good if you do not have a sterilizer These are super useful if you dont have a sterilizer/are going to teach a class where you dont have a sterilizer. Just be sure when you microwave them (to melt the agar) you put it on low for a long time- otherwise some of the agar will melt and boil and other parts will stay solid due to uneven heating. This burns the media *and* it smells bad. It is definitely a good idea to heat it up AHEAD of time. and make sure your students know what side of the dish the media goes in.
Date published: 2012-11-15
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