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      Instrument list[edit]

      Instrument Uses
      autoclave used for sterilization of glass ware and media
      auto-destruct syringes specimen collection
      Bijou bottle a cylindrical small glass bottle with a screw cap used as a culture medium holder
      Biosafety cabinet used to work with dangerous organisms and to work sterile
      Blood collection bottle to collect blood by venipuncture
      Brittany a process of free from spore-bearing bacteria
      Bunsen burner used to work aseptic on the bench
      Candle jar historically used for anaerobiosis; a lit candle was placed in as air-tight jar such that when it went out it would be because it used up all the available oxygen
      Castaneda's medium / Castaneda's bottle used for simultaneous solid and liquid cultures in many bottles
      Centrifuge to separate supernatant & pellet
      Cragie tube see link
      Desiccator to dry things
      Durham's tube used to detect gas production in sugar fermentation media; the tube is placed in an inverted fashion so that gases produced get trapped in it and do not float away to the surface
      Gas-pak releases gases to remove oxygen from a closed container, usually for anaerobiosis
      Haemagglutination plate for viral culture detection
      Hungate Anaerobic tubes for culturing of anaerobic microbes
      Incubator used for bacterial or fungal cultures
      Inoculation loop: used to inoculate test samples into culture media for bacterial or fungal cultures, antibiograms, etc. Sterilized by passing through a blue flame.
      Laminar flow cabinet used to work aseptic
      Latex agglutination tiles for serological analysis
      Lovibond comparator a type of a colorimeter
      McCartney's bottle or Flat medical bottle for simultaneous solid and liquid cultures.
      McIntosh and Filde's anaerobic jar production of anaerobic conditions for organisms that die in the presence of even little oxygen (anaerobiosis), e.g. tetanusbacteria
      Microtitre plates for ELISA
      Nichrome wire loop used to inoculate test samples into culture media for bacterial or fungal cultures, antibiograms, etc.; sterilized by flaming to red hot before use
      Petri dish/agar plate to act as a supporting container to hold the culture medium in
      Platinum wire loop used to inoculate test samples into culture media for bacterial or fungal cultures, antibiograms, etc.; sterilized by flaming to red hot before use
      Pre-sterilized disposable container specimen collection
      Pre-sterilized disposable swabs / NIH swab / postnasal swab specimen collection
      Pre-sterilized disposable syringe / auto-destruct syringes specimen collection
      Serological test slides like those for ASO, VDRL, rheumatoid factor vide links
      Sterile loops used to inoculate test samples into culture media for bacterial or fungal cultures, antibiograms, etc.; not heated before use—these are disposable pre-sterilised
      Thermal cycler used to amplify segments of DNA via the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) process.
      Tissue culture bottles to grow or keep alive cells or tissue from a living organism, e.g. stem cells
      Tuberculin syringe as a normal syringe or to perform Mantoux test
      Universal container a cylindrical small glass bottle with a screw cap used as a culture medium holder
      Vaccine bath used to heat vaccine containing medium gently to around 45-55 degrees Celsius during vaccine production
      Microscope to observe microscopic specimens that cannot be seen by the naked eye.
      Vacuum pump to draw out the air from any closed chamber before pumping back CO2, O2 or N2, usually for anaerobiosis
      VDRL rotator for VDRL test
      Specimen Dish used to hold specimen or samples
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