Hayward, CA – Biolog, Inc. has announced the release of the MicroLog
Dangerous Pathogen (DP) Database Supplement.
With this product laboratories now have the capability to
identify a number of important pathogenic bacteria.
In recent years there has been increased international attention
on the potential of using dangerous pathogens as possible biological
weapons. The Biolog DP Database provides microbiologists
with the capability to identify and characterize the organisms that
public health officials (including the US Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention) have deemed as being of primary importance in bioterrorism
monitoring efforts. The
DP Database is used with Biolog’s popular MicroLog Microbial Identification/Characterization
system to identify the following dangerous pathogens:
The DP Database Supplement adds to the current capabilities of the
MicroLog system that allows microbiologists to accurately identify
over 1,400 species/genera of anaerobic and aerobic bacteria and yeast.
For more information contact Biolog at 510-785-2564 or visit the
Biolog website at www.biolog.com.