9 Gram Staining Best Practices

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Publish Date: August 22, 2019

Written by Cait Laudenbach

Cait Laudenbach is a Technical Support Representative at Microbiologics where she handles customer inquires and investigations. Previously, Cait was an Industrial Quality Control Technologist; in this role, she became very familiar with Microbiologics enumerated products and various testing methods. Cait holds Biomedical Science degree from St. Cloud State University. She is passionate about microbiology and enjoys being able to communicate with customers and distributors from all over the world.

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  1. Bruce Arnold

    Just a quick reminder that Gram stain wastes are no longer allowed to be flushed down the drain. They are to be collected and treated as hazardous waste. The article at https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3577235/ points out a way to do this on a small scale. Other collection schemes are definitely designable and may work better for your needs. This article does however present a brief background on the Gram staining hazardous waste issue.

    • Microbiologics

      Thanks for sharing this resource!


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