We’ve used the Biolog Gen III Microstation in our Microbiology Lab course for majors for over 2 years now. It is one of the most popular labs among students. We use it to identify unknowns after several weeks of using traditional media tests. Students are amazed by the quick turn-around and large amount of data produced by the assay.
In our microbiology-based research courses, students use Biolog to supplement other bacterial identification methods. This reinforces the benefit of using multiple lines of evidence to strengthen conclusions based on scientific results. Plus Biolog is fun and easy to use!
I started using the Ecoplates this summer and I’m quite pleased with the results. I still have to run the full data analysis to extract more information but what I saw in terms of color patterns at different sites seems very promising. Based on results of the full data analysis, we’ll develop our protocol to apply it to a course that we teach here.
We have used Biolog Omnilog® Microbacteria identification for couple months. To my amazement, it dramatically reduced our loading by analyzing up to 50 bacterial samples at the same time. It can automatically analyze the plates at specified period and record the raw data. The device also keep at optimum parameter for best incubation temperature. Besides, the software is user friendly and the experiment is easy to perform. We love Biolog Omnilog® so much!!
We’ve used the Biolog Gen III OmniLog® and MicroStation™ in our Microbiology Lab course for majors for over 2 years now. We use it to identify unknowns of our regular environmental studies and water test after several weeks of using traditional media tests. We are very amazed by the quick turn-around and large amount of data produced by the assay. This is very rapid and accurate identification system. One of the best instrument with compliance FDA’s 21 CFR Part 11. OmniLog® ID System fully automates the process of microbial identification by incubating, reading and interpreting results.
We have used the Microstation™ Biolog Gen III and the Omnilog® in our microbiological analyzes for more than 2 years, in the Microbiology and Molecular Biology Laboratory of the National Fisheries Health Agency (Peruvian health authority in hydrobiological resources and products), which is accredited with the NTP-ISO / IEC 17025: 2017. We use it to identify and confirm bacterial strains of the Salmonella genus, in addition to detecting microorganisms that involve traditional biochemistry with very long read times. Researchers are surprised by the rapid response and large amount of data produced by analytical tests.
Hereby we want to state that we have used the Microstation Biolog Gen III in our microbiology laboratory for the development of projects and research during more than 5 years. It is one of the most important laboratories of the department in the area of microbiology and biotechnology. The Biolog equipment is used for the identification of aerobic and anaerobic bacteria, yeasts and fungi, with importance in the oil & gas industry, allowing us to optimize our processes, obtaining more information related to the microorganisms under study with high quality results.
We hereby wish to state that we have used the GEN III Microstation in our phytopathology laboratory for the development and application of analytical methods for more than six years supporting the determination of phytopathogenic bacteria as a support to our mission. The Biolog equipment is used for the identification of aerobic and anaerobic bacteria with importance in the generation of diseases of agricultural crops, allowing us to respond more effectively and efficiently to new requirements and obtaining more information related to the microorganisms under study with high quality results.
We use the Biolog System to identify Gram positive and negative bacteria since its launching in 1989. Much progress was made on the GENIII Database; a lot was added on it. Now we decided to use the complete and automated system in the Agronômica Laboratory. We are convinced that Biolog solution offers higher capacity to identify all types of organisms. The possibility to include new species of interest is amazing. It increases the scope of identification services, facilitating and improving its use in the phytosanitary diagnosis, in the characterization of biological pest control agents, in the soil microbiology and much more. Biolog: Speed, accurate and quality. Everything that a laboratory like the one from Agronômica wish.
I have been using the Biolog Gen III Microstation in my Environmental Health and Microbiology Research Lab since 2014. It is a very valuable tool, easy to use and very popular among my graduate and undergraduate students. We use it to help us in the environmental assessments that are part of my research. Students are captivated by how quick, easy and the amount of useful data gathered by the assay, for the research training, thesis or dissertations and even peer review publications, developed in the lab.
We have been using Biolog for microbial identification and phenotyping experiments since 2014. We have provided microbial identification services, which solved the problems of customers’ inability to determine the metabolism and bacteria species name due to the limitations of traditional identification methods. We have conducted phenotypic analysis of wild-type bacteria and evolved strains, yeast phenotypic analysis experiments for teachers from other units, and research papers published in Nature: Creating a functional single-chromosome yeast https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30069045/
The application of Biolog in this research institute has been Microbial identification of various types of microorganisms and phenotype comparison between type and high-yielding strain, mainly carbon and nitrogen sources, to confirm the high-yielding reason and the characteristics of the high-yielding strain. Substrate profiling and tolerance testing of Halomonas TD01 suggest its potential application in sustainable manufacturing of chemicals, Journal of Biotechnology 316 (2020)
The use of phenotypic analysis to calibrate the strain genome-scale metabolic network model, published: A consensus S. cerevisiae metabolic model Yeast8 and its ecosystem for comprehensively probing cellular metabolism
This unit has been using Biolog instruments and microplates for scientific research since 2014, to identify microbial strains against isolates of a variety of food-borne pathogenic bacteria and fungi from different sources, to carry out high-throughput phenotyping studies for important food-borne pathogenic microorganisms that the laboratory is concerned about, to obtain the phenotypic differences of bacteria on different substrates in different growth states and different environments, to understand the metabolic characteristics of strains, and to explore the mechanism of bacterial metabolism differences in combination with transcriptomics or metabolomics. Combining genomics and phenotyping data to explore the relationship between genome changes and phenotypic differences, such as bacterial resistance and substrate metabolism.