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Acinetobacter calcoaceticus Strs, MicroKwik Culture®, Pathogen, Vial

$20.00
(in stock)

Description

Every culture is guaranteed for species and purity. Bacteria cultures are labeled by genus and species name, media on which they are cultivated, and temperature for optimal growth. All Gram staining is based on 24-hour cultures. Special packing and transportation costs are extra for animal and human pathogens.

This Biosafety Level 2 (pathogen) MicroKwik Culture® is freeze-dried cells plus medium in a vial. The culture is Gram–, nonmotile rods, and is streptomycin sensitive. This culture is used with item #154820A in transformation experiments. It is cultured on brain heart infusion agar at 30° C. Restricted to colleges and universities only. Each culture contains enough material for a class of 30 students. MicroKwik Culture® is a Carolina® trademark for freeze-dried, viable bacteria plus medium. Since MicroKwik Cultures can be stored under refrigeration, they can be ordered ahead of time. Per vial. Note: Each MicroKwik Culture® comes with 5 mL of rehydration medium.

Item #154821A is a pathogen (Human or Animal). Cannot be shipped to high schools, preparatory schools, or individuals in accordance with guidelines of the US Department of Health and Human Services.

For Educational Use Only. All orders are subject to Carolina’s Terms and Conditions

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Shipping Information or Purchase Restrictions
  • Exclamation icon This item is sold and shipped to colleges and universities only. This item contains living or perishable material and ships via 2nd Day or Overnight delivery.
Features, Dimensions & Weight:
  • Medium: Brain Heart Infusion Agar
  • Light Level / Temperature: 30° C
  • Gram Result: ( - )
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