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acumedia<sup>®</sup> Brilliant Green Agar with Sulfadiazine

acumedia® Brilliant Green Agar with Sulfadiazine

• Intended Use: Brilliant Green Agar w/ Sulfadiazine is used for the selective enrichment of Salmonella spp.
• Product Summary: Salmonellosis continues to be an important public health problem. Infection with non-typhi Salmonella spp.
often causes mild, self-limiting illness.1 The illness results from consumption of raw, undercooked, or improperly processed
foods contaminated with Salmonella. Many of these cases of Salmonella related gastroenteritis are due to improper handling of
poultry products.

Brilliant Green Agar was first described by Kristensen et al. and later modified by Kauffman. The outstanding selectivity of this medium permits the use of moderately heavy inocula, evenly distributed over the surface. The addition of sulfonamides into Brilliant Green Agar further inhibits Escherichia coli and Proteus spp. Brilliant Green Agar, abbreviated as BGA, with Sulfadiazine is recommended for the isolation of Salmonella from foods, especially eggs.

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Catalog Item Availability Mfr. Part # List Price Unit
741-60122 Brilliant Green Agar w/Sulfadiazine - 500 g

7310-500g $125.25 EA
741-60122-5KG Brilliant Green Agar w/Sulfadiazine - 5 kg

7310T $1136.60 EA
741-60122 Brilliant Green Agar w/Sulfadiazine - 10 kg

7310-10kg $2295.10 EA

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• Intended Use: Brilliant Green Agar w/ Sulfadiazine is used for the selective enrichment of Salmonella spp.
• Product Summary: Salmonellosis continues to be an important public health problem. Infection with non-typhi Salmonella spp.
often causes mild, self-limiting illness.1 The illness results from consumption of raw, undercooked, or improperly processed
foods contaminated with Salmonella. Many of these cases of Salmonella related gastroenteritis are due to improper handling of
poultry products.

Brilliant Green Agar was first described by Kristensen et al. and later modified by Kauffman. The outstanding selectivity of this medium permits the use of moderately heavy inocula, evenly distributed over the surface. The addition of sulfonamides into Brilliant Green Agar further inhibits Escherichia coli and Proteus spp. Brilliant Green Agar, abbreviated as BGA, with Sulfadiazine is recommended for the isolation of Salmonella from foods, especially eggs.

Image(s) are representative of the product group and not necessarily the individual product.

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