Bacterial Strains

Intended for research or for use as negative/positive controls for serotyping of antigens.

Bacterial Strains

The bacterial strains of SSI Diagnostica are mostly clinical isolates.

They are intended for research or for use as negative/positive controls for serotyping of antigens.

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Bacterial Strains Solutions

E. coli Strains

E. coli strains can be used as reference strains and for testing of immunological products. All strains can be requested on the basis of serotype, genetics and virulence factors.

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Pneumococcus Strains

Over the years, SSI Diagnostica has supplied reference strains to hospitals and universities throughout the world for tests for diagnosis and typing of Streptococcus pneumoniae.

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Salmonella Strains

SSI Diagnostica sells a selection of the most commonly occurring Salmonella strains.

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Streptococcus Strains

SSI Diagnostica offers a wide range of bacterial strains including Streptococcus strains.

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QC Sets and Panels

Microbiologics provides easy-to-use QC Sets and Panels that contain the manufacturer-recommended quality control strains for that particular instrument, test kit or standard. Everything about them is designed for ease.

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Simpler for the better

If you work within the field of microbiology, you might be familiar with Occam’s Razor. At SSI Diagnostica, we champion a slightly adapted version of this principle: The simplest solution is usually the best one.

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