Colonies of aerobic bacteria exhibit clear red color using a redox indicator.
１． Easily distinguishable brightly colored colonies
Colonies turn red, making them easy to visualize and count, even in the presence of food residue or other source of color.
２． Reducing the spreading of colonies of Bacillus spp.
Colonies of Bacillus spp. that can easily spread on conventional agar media but spreading is controlled on Easy Plate.
３． High correlation with the plate count agar
High correlation with the plate count agar in various foods.※
※ According to the research by DNP
４． AOAC PTM certified
AOAC PTM Certification Acquired. （License No.041302）
Plate Count Interpretation
- Count any colonies that spread as single colony, counting by the central dark area of the colony.
*Do not count thin, microscopic colonies scattered across an area where a colony is spread out.
- Where multiple colonies are present, count the central dark area of the colony as a single colony. In example B, there are 4 dark area of the colony. This would be counted 4 colonies.
|Raw ground chiken||Raw bean sprouts||Chocolate|
|Green tea leaf||Icecream＋E. coli||Raw salmon|
- Incubation conditions: 35℃, 48 hours (Diluent: phosphate buffered saline)
- These colorings are for example only.
|Product Name||Easy Plate AC|
|Object microorganism||Aerobic Bacteria|
|Incubation Times||48 ± 2 hours|
|Incubation Temperature||35 ± 1℃|
|Storage Condition (Unopened)||2 - 8℃|
|(After opening)||After opening the package, fold the open end of the package at least 2 times and tape it. Store in a refrigerator (2 to 8°C) and use within 3 months.|
|Shelf life||Shelf life 18 months after manufacturing date|
|Certification/Regulation||AOAC RI PTM Certification Acquired.|