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Sistemas de Neuro Diagnóstico para Pesquisa
da Dor Cônica e Aguda

 
  AlgoMed  
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Accessories
 
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Analyzer
 
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Accessories
 
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Sensory Analyzer
 
       
 

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Registro y Estimulación  
   

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AlphaLab SnR  
   

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TeleSpike  
   

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TeleSpike Mini  
 

Micromanipuladores  
   

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EPS  
   

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FlexMT  
   

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MultiDrive  
 

In Vitro MEA  
   

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Array de
Microelectrodo In Vitro
 
 

Accesorios Neurociencia  
   

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Electrodos  
   

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MEA - Array de Microelectrodo  
   

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FMA - Array de Microelectrodo Flotante  
   

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LMA - Array de
Microelectrodo Linear
 
   

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WMA - Microwire Array  
   

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Electrodo de Inyección  
       
 

UGO BASILE

 
 

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Animales de Laboratorio

 
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NicoletOne  
 

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Ambulatory EEG
cEEG
nEEG
LTM
Sleep
vEEG
 
 

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Sistema de Identificación Microbiana

 
 

GEN III
Identificación
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OmniLog
Incubación de Placas
 
 

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Análisis de Comunidades Microbianas
 
 

FF MicroPlate
Identificación de Hongos Filamentosos y Levaduras
 
 

Rainbow Agar
Detección de

E. coli O157
 
 

Rainbow Agar
Detección de
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Rainbow Agar
Detección de

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AEROCRINE - BIOSCAN

 
 

Medidores Portátil de
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Niox Mino  
       
 

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Cinturones de Esfuerzo Respiratorio, Torácicos
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Sensores de Flujo Respiratorio Buconasal  
 

Transductor de Presión Flujo Respiratorio y Ronquido por Cánula  
 

Sensores de Ronquido Micrófono  
 

Electrodo de Superficie de Copa Orificada Reutilizable
Sueño - EEG - Mapeo

 
       

       

 

 

 

 

FF MicroPlate?/font>

 

 

Fungi Identification Test Panel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction

 

 

Over the past several years, mycology has emerged as an increasingly important part of the microbiology laboratory. Fungal contaminants can contribute to significant losses in food and industrial processes. Environmental monitoring over the last several years has focused increasingly on fungal isolates as the source of conditions such as sick building syndrome. In agriculture, fungal pathogens cause serious problems requiring constant attention from phytopathologists. In human disease, the list of fungal pathogens has grown in the clinical laboratory due to an increased population of immunocompromised patients.  

 

 

The Biolog FF MicroPlate?(Figure 1) is the first broad based rapid identification and characterization product designed for filamentous fungi and yeast, including species from the genera Aspergillus, Penicillium, Fusarium, Alternaria, Mucor, Gliocladium, Cladosporium, Paecilomyces, Stachybotrys, Trichoderma, Zygosaccharomyces, Acremonium, Beauveria, Botryosphaeria, Botrytis, Candida, and Geotrichum.

 

 

The FF MicroPlate employs a redox chemistry similar to Biolog's other proven microbial identification/characterization products. This chemistry, based on reduction of tetrazolium, responds to the process of metabolism (oxidation of substrates). Biolog’s universal chemistry works with any carbon source and greatly simplifies the testing process, as no color developing chemicals need to be added after incubation. The FF database also analyzes fungal growth via turbidimetric  analysis.

 

 

Analysis of both color development and turbidity provides for extremely accurate identifications to the species level. There are currently over 70,000 named species of an estimated 250,000 species of fungi. For scientists working with fungi outside the Biolog database, the FF MicroPlate and MicroLog?software have been designed to allow the user to create their own database by adding the patterns produced by new cultures.

 

 

 

A1

A2

A3

A4

A5

A6

A7

A8

A9

A10

A11

A12

Water

Tween 80

N-Acetyl-D-Galactosamine

N-Acetyl-DGlucosamine

N-Acetyl-DMannosamine

Adonitol

Amygdalin

D-Arabinose

L-Arabinose

D-Arabitol

Arbutin

D-Cellobiose

B1

B2

B3

B4

B5

B6

B7

B8

B9

B10

B11

B12

α-Cyclodextrn

β-Cyclodextrin

Dextrin

i-Erythritol

D-Fructose

L-Fucose

D-Galactose

D-Galacturonic
Acid

Gentiobiose

D-Gluconic Acid

D-Glucosamine

α-D-Glucose

C1

C2

C3

C4

C4

C5

C6

C7

C8

C9

C10

C11

Glucose-1-Phosphate

Glucuronamide

 

D-Glucuronic Acid

Glycerol

Glycogen

m-Inositol

2-Keto-D-Gluconic
Acid

α-D-Lactose

Lactulose

Maltitol

Maltose

Maltotriose

D1

D2

D3

D4

D5

D6

D7

D8

D9

D10

D11

D12

D-Mannitol

D-Mannose

D-Melezitose

D-Melibiose

α-Methyl-DGalactoside

β-Methyl-DGalactoside

α-Methyl-DGlucoside

β-Methyl-DGlucoside

Palatinose

D-Psicose

D-Raffinose

L-Rhamnose

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

F11

F12

γ-Amino-butyric
Acid

Bromosuccinic
Acid

Fumaric Acid

β-Hydroxy-butyric
Acid

γ-Hydroxy-butyric
Acid

p-Hydroxypheny
lacetic
Acid

α-Keto-glutaric
Acid

D-Lactic Acid
Methyl Ester

L-Lactic Acid

D-Malic Acid

L-Malic Acid

Quinic Acid

G1

G2

G3

G4

G5

G6

G7

G8

G9

G10

G11

G12

D-Saccharic Acid

Sebacic Acid

Succinamic Acid

Succinic Acid

Succinic Acid
Mono-Methyl Ester

N-Acetly-LGlutamicAcid

Alaninamide

L-Alanine

L-Alanyl-Glycine

L-Asparagine

L-Aspartic Acid

L-Glutamic Acid

H1

H2

H3

H4

H5

H6

H7

H8

H9

H10

H11

H12

Glycyl-L-GlutamicAcid

L-Ornithine

L-Phenylalanine

L-Proline

L-Pyroglutamic
Acid

L-Serine

L-Threonine

2-Amino Ethanol

Putrescine

Adenosine

Uridine

Adenosine-5'-Monophosp
hate

Figure 1. Carbon Sources in FF MicroPlate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FF Database Photo Library

 

 

An important added feature of the FF Database is a unique library of macroscopic and microscopic fungal photographs of the fungi to aid in the identification of unknown organisms. This tool can be used to confirm the identification of unknown organisms by providing a visual and morphological verification of each species identified. The following two blocks of photos and captions are examples taken directly from the database software. Please note that the macroscopic photos are full color images.

 

 

 

Aspergillus flavus

(a) MA, 7 days; (b) CYA, 7 days; (c,d) conidiophores; (e) conidia.

(a-e) CBS 282.95.

 

 

Explanation of caption terminology: MA= Malt Extract Agar; CYA= Czapek Yeast Autolysate Agar

 

 

CBS 282.95, DAOM 216724 and CBS 324.89 are strain reference numbers

 
     
 

Penicillium aurantiogriseum var. aurantiogriseum

(a) MA, 7 days; (b) CYA, 7 days; (c,d) conidiophores; (e) conidia.

(a,b) DAOM 216724; (c-e) CBS 324.89.

 

 

FF MicroPlate and Database

 

 

Most scientists performing identifications on fungal samples still use traditional methods of macroscopic and microscopic examination. The FF MicroPlate and Database provide a simple and accurate method as an alternative or as a complement to these traditional methods that require a high degree of skill, training, and judgment.

 
 

The Biolog FF MicroPlate performs 95 discrete tests simultaneously and gives a characteristic reaction pattern called a “fingerprint? These fingerprint reaction patterns provide a vast amount of information about the metabolic properties of each fungus tested, along with a species level identification. The FF Database contains over 400 taxa of fungi from over 120 genera.

 

 

Procedure for Using FF MicroPlate

 

 

The procedure is fast and simple, involving only 5 steps, and requiring only 2 to 3 minutes hands-on time per sample.

 

 

1.

Grow a pure culture of a fungus on a 2% Malt Extract Agar plate (Biolog part number 71106 for pre-poured plates) until enough conidiation is present to prepare a suspension.

2.

Swab the conidia from the surface of the agar plate, and suspend to a specified density in FF Inoculating Fluid (Biolog part number 72106).

3.

Pipet 100 μl of suspension into each well of the FF MicroPlate (Biolog part number 1006).

4.

Incubate the FF MicroPlate at 26?C for 24 ?96 hours.

5.

Read the MicroPlates using the Biolog MicroStation?Reader beginning 24 hours after inoculation.

 

 

Broad Coverage, Many Applications

 

 

The Biolog FF Database is the first and only product of its kind. It has the largest database of any kit-based method for the identification of filamentous fungi. This superior product will be an invaluable addition to your microbiology laboratory. Included in this database are:

 

 

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Clinically important, allergenic and mycotoxigenic fungi ?Stachybotrys, Scopulariopsis, Paecilomyces, Cladosporium, Alternaria, Fusarium, Aspergillus, etc.

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Significant indoor air fungi ?Penicillium, Aspergillus, Eurotium, Rhizopus, Stachybotrys, Neurospora, Wallemia, etc.

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Environmentally important fungi ?Trichoderma, Fusarium, Mucor, Acremonium, Verticillium, Aureobasidium, Rhodotorula, Sporobolomyces, etc.

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Plant pathogenic fungi ?Fusarium,  Colletotrichum, Phoma, Botrytis, etc.

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Food-borne fungi ?Penicillium, Aspergillus, Rhizopus, Moniliella, Cryptococcus, Candida, Saccharomyces, etc. 

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Broad coverage in important genera: over 60 Aspergillus spp., over 80 Pencillium spp., over 80 Fusarium spp.

 

     
 

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