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Do I have to use the media listed on your product sheet?

BEI Resources only confirms growth of the bacteria on or in the media listed  on  the product sheet. If you do want to use another media,  it is highly recommended that you inoculate our media in parallel.  BEI Resources s  growth media based on its ...

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Updated on: 12/4/2013 10:02:56 AM
The medium listed on the virus product information sheet does not include any antibiotics. Should I add antibiotics to my medium?
BEI Resources does not use any antibiotics in the virus medium as antibiotics can influence the growth of the virus. Antibiotics may be used initially while curing a contaminated virus isolate. However, once the viral stock is cured, the passage of virus grown for distribution through BEI Resources ...
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Updated on: 10/29/2014 3:08:49 PM
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The following is a list of published abstracts and papers where the work was either facilitated, or directly supported, by the BEI Resources Program.


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Crawford, C.L., et al., Pyrazolopyrimidinones, a novel class of copper-dependent bactericidal antibiotics against multi-drug resistant S. aureus. 2019.
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Updated on: 7/16/2019 10:59:41 AM
Cutrona, N., et al., From antihistamine to anti-infective: Loratadine inhibits regulatory PASTA kinases in Staphylococci to reduce biofilm formation and potentiate β-lactam antibiotics and vancomycin in resistant strains of S. aureus. ACS infectious diseases, 2019.
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Updated on: 7/16/2019 11:01:02 AM
Kotb, A., et al., tert-Butylphenylthiazoles with an oxadiazole linker: a novel orally bioavailable class of antibiotics exhibiting antibiofilm activity. 2019. 9(12): p. 6770-6778.
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Updated on: 7/17/2019 8:57:14 AM
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