InTray® SAB-FungID™ w/ cc

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InTray® SAB-FungID™ w/ cc

InTray SAB-FungID w/ CC contains Sabouraud’s dextrose agar with chloramphenicol and cycloheximide, a selective medium used to aid in the detection of dermatophyte fungi from clinical specimens with mixed microbiota. 

InTray SAB-FungID w/ CC is a dynamic system with built-in components and features that are designed for user compatibility and ease of dermatophyte fungi detection (i.e., 10x objective microscopy direct from the tray). The medium allows for the growth and observation of distinct colony morphology and color (i.e., pigments) of dermatophyte fungi, while inhibiting most grampositive bacteria, gram-negative bacteria, yeast and saprophytic fungi. Dermatophytes are fungi in the genera MicrosporumTrichophyton and Epidermophyton. They are capable of metabolizing keratin found in skin, hair and nails of living hosts.

The fungi characteristically may invade the cutaneous tissue of the living host but rarely penetrate the subcutaneous tissue. Tinea and ringworm are two terms commonly used to describe dermatophytes.

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Specifications

Product Principal
  • Durable injection molded device
  • Highly selective media designed for growth, transport and result
  • Sealed environment with Tyvek® air filtration
  • Resealable media well reduces exposure and contamination
Simple Convenience
  • Collect. Transport. Culture. Result.  All in one device
  • Inoculate in lab, or at point-of-care
  • Viewable colony growth via clear anti-fog window
  • Place directly on the microscope tray 
Accurate Detection

Organism

ATCC #

Result

T. mentagrophtytes 9533 Growth
T. rubrum 28188 Growth
C. albicans 60193 Partial Inhibition
A. brasiliensis 16404 Significant Inhibition
S. aureus 25923 Significant Inhibition
E. coli 25922 Significant Inhibition
Time to Result

Incubate inoculated trays in a dark environment for up to 21 days at 25-30°C. Observe the trays daily through the clear viewing window

Storage

InTray SAB-FungID w/ CC has an expiration of 12 months from date of manufacture.

On receipt, store trays at 2-25°C in the dark. Avoid freezing or prolonged storage at temperatures greater than 40°C. Do not use trays if the medium shows signs of deterioration or contamination. 

Specimen
  • Nails
  • Hair
  • Skin

If a fungal infection is strongly suspected and the culture test result is negative, it may be appropriate to retest giving more care to specimen collection. Optimally, simultaneously inoculate samples on both InTray DM-FungID & InTray SAB-FungID without antimicrobials (e.g., for some pathogenic fungi inhibited by antimicrobials) 

Transfer of fungal growth to slide examination: Stained slide preparations can be made as appropriate based on 10x Obj. examination of InTray SAB-FungID. InTray PDA-FungID can be used to induce sporulation.

 

Features and Benefits

SHELF-LIFE AND DURABILITY

  • Designed for durability and stackable incubation
  • Extended 12-month shelf life

NO RE-PLATE OR WET MOUNT 

  • Once inoculated, no other culture preparation is required... saving time and money. 
  • Designed for specimen collection/ inoculation at point-of-care, a fully enclosed system for transport, incubation, result and microscopic observation. 
  • The sealed prepared media device is selectively formulated for accurate detection and identification of pathogens and non-pathogens.
  • Distinctive colony growth with typical identifiable morphology 

KEY FEATURES

  •  Fully enclosed cassette with air filtration system
  •  Nutritive culture colony growth medium, formulated for selectivity and specificity 

YOU'LL IMMEDIATELY EXPERIENCE A REDUCTION IN:

  • Time-to-result
  • Cost of laboratory materials 
  • Medical waste
  • Risk of exposure or contamination

Articles and Whitepapers

Singh S, Beena P M. Comparative study of different microscopic techniques and culture media for the isolation of dermatophytes. Indian J Med Microbiol [serial online] 2003 [cited 2019 May 9 ];21:21-24 
Available from: http://www.ijmm.org/text.asp?2003/21/1/21/8310

Diagnostic microbiology in veterinary dermatology: Present and Future
Guardabassi_et_al-2017-Veterinary_Dermatology

 

Product Qty Item #
InTray SAB-FungID w/CC 20 pack 11-283-002

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