Maria Simeonova2023-02-23T19:35:08+00:00March 11th, 2021|
To mark British Science Week, we thought we would give you an insight into the key aspect of our day-to-day testing work. Here at BioLabTests, we work primarily with bacteria, yeasts and fungi. No matter which test we do, there will be a point at which we try and grow microorganisms.
Maria Simeonova2023-02-23T17:18:23+00:00September 15th, 2020|
BioLabTests offers a wide range of testing, some of our services for antimicrobial testing include the Kirby Bauer Test and the Minimum Inhibitory Concentration (MIC) Testing. Here we share further information on the tests, their purpose for real-life applications and of course some trivia about the origins of the agar used for this type of testing.
Maria Simeonova2023-02-23T17:18:25+00:00May 12th, 2020|
Continuing with our blog series of explaining the different testing methods we employ here at BioLabTests to carry out microbiological testing for our clients, today we focus on ASTM E2149-13a. We will take a look at what is the purpose of ASTM E2149-13a, how does the testing work, and what bacteria can be tested?
Maria Simeonova2023-02-23T17:18:27+00:00April 21st, 2020|
Our BioLabTests team often get enquiries about the testing standards we employ to carry out efficacy microbiological testing against bacteria and fungi. This is why we decided to introduce the various test methods in our blog section, starting with ISO 22196.