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ProductsEZ-Spread Plating Beads, Single Tubes from Genlantis
Company Genlantis
Item EZ-Spread Plating Beads, Single Tubes
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Description EZ-Spread Plating Beads
  • Sterile plating in just seconds
  • No need for glass rods and potentially hazardous ethanol flaming
  • More uniform spreading and more colonies
  • Two choices of ready-to-use sterile packaging: dispenser bottle for spreading 100 plates or single-use tubes for 50 plating
  • Fastest and easiest way to spread cells on multiple plates simultaneously

EZ-Spread Plating Beads are designed to spread 50-400 l of bacterial or yeast cells onto an agar plate. They provide a faster, easier, and more efficient alternative to the traditional method of using a bent glass rod. The EZ-Spread glass beads have been manufactured using a special mold to give consistent shape and diameter that yield optimal plating efficiencies, often several times higher than the traditional method.

EZ-Spread Plating Beads Dispenser Bottle (Cat. No. C400100)sufficient beads for approximately 100 standard 100 mm agar plates. EZ-Spread Plating Beads Single-Use Tubes (Cat. No. C400050)50 individual plating

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