InTray COLOREX Screen is for rapid isolation and differentiation of urinary tract pathogens. Suitable for direct plating of urine specimens. The major target of this medium is the detection of urinary tract pathogens, but COLOREX Screen has a broader application as a general nutrient agar for the isolation of various microorganisms.
COLOREX Screen can also be used to differentiate various microorganisms in other infected areas; e.g., scars, wounds, etc. In addition, COLOREX Screen is useful when supplemented with various antibiotics in detecting increasingly important nosocomial and multidrug resistant microorganisms.
Sensitivity of 99.3% for E. coli 
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Incubate at 37°C for 24-72 hours under ambient atmosphere. Note any colony color and morphology
COLOREX Screen expires 12 months from the date of manufacture.
Upon receipt, store COLOREX Screen under refrigeration (2-8°C). Medium can be kept for one day at ambient temperature. Avoid freezing or prolonged storage at temperatures above 40°C. Do not open until ready to use. Do not use if the medium shows signs of deterioration or contamination.
Urine | Pus | Stool | Scar tissue
Shelf-life and durability
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