Welcome to the Microbiologics Blog!

We have created this blog for all of you passionate and knowledge-hungry microbiologists out there. We hope our blog will serve as your hub for learning and staying connected with all things microbiology. Here is a glimpse at what our blog will feature:

  • Educational articles written by our Technical Support Specialists
  • Expert tips and helpful information about our microscopic friends
  • Industry news, regulatory updates and laboratory best practices
  • Trivia, contests and humorous insights into the life of a microbiologist
  • Insider’s view of the happenings at Microbiologics

We invite you to not only follow our blog, but we also want you to be an active member of our community by commenting on and sharing our posts with friends and colleagues. And if you have suggestions for topics or would like to be a guest writer for our blog, we would be delighted to hear from you! Send an email to marketing@microbiologics.com to get in touch with our team.

Welcome to the place “Where Microbiologists Go to Grow.” We’re glad you’re here with us!

The Microbiologics Team


  1. Noel Aro jr

    I would like to know what are the updates and new technology developed by Microbiologics.

  2. Anna Maria Pastor

    From Spain, our best wishes for this new blog. A great initiative!!!

  3. Darshana Gupte

    This is a great idea!!

    Please add Sustainable Practices too since we are facing Global Warming (Read about COP21).

    If all do our part,we can leave our only home-Earth-in better place for our children and grandchildren!!

  4. Lorri Shankar

    Enjoying the Blog…
    Looking for the right strain of S.agalactiae
    to display a good positive CAMP result for my students.
    It would seem all the strains I have tried to date do not care to cooperate.
    I understand the alternate methods to identification, although this is an educational situation.
    Thank You

    1. mmMicrobiologics

      Hello Lorri,

      According to the Clinical Microbiology Procedures Handbook, you should use S. agalactiae ATCC 12386 for the CAMP test. We have this strain available in a KWIK-STIK format (http://microbiologics.com/0439P) as well as S. aureus ATCC 25923 which produces beta-lysin (http://microbiologics.com/0360P).

      Also, be sure to use fresh blood agar and culture organisms that are less than 24 hours old.

      Thanks for the question. We will be sure to address this topic in more detail in a future post.

      Good luck!

  5. Lorri Shankar

    Thank You,
    I appreciate the response.
    I will definitely add both organisms to my
    next order.

    1. mmMicrobiologics

      You’re welcome, Lorri. We’re happy to help!

  6. F.H.rajab

    Thank you for this
    I am looking to know every think about E.Coli bacteria in drinking water


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