There are 4 colonies detected among a few hundred hamburger fragments !

There are 4 colonies detected among a few hundred hamburger fragments !

Colony detection is precise ! (4 colonies detected among many hamburger pieces)

MicroBio µ3D microbiological test system TM

4 colonies detected among hamburger fragments (colony image and count marker)fully automaed rapid microbial detection system, MicroBio µ3D

Set poured plates and start a test !

 

Hamburger sample purchased from a supermarket was stomached, but not filtered, and then the sample liquid was used as dilution liquid to prepare E. coli sample.
Pour plates of desoxycholate agar media were prepared with the sample. The figure below shows 4 colonies of E. coli were detected and counted precisely on 10^0 dilution sample. Reviewing the plate image data of chlonogical order, going back in time, and the result, 4 colonies, counted by MicroBio µ3D system was verified as correct count.

 

colony count graph (4 E. coli colonies among 400 hamburger pieces)

4 colonies counted at 15hr (detection completed time)

 

colony count markers

Image of desoxycholate agar media plate at 24hr and colony count marker


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Range of automated colony count is from 1 to about 10 thousand !
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When two species are detected in a test sample, the colony count becomes staircase.
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Touched and connected colonies is counted correctly as separated colonies !
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Colonies under a piece of hamburger is detected !
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