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ABOUT US

This year we celebrate the 40th anniversary of the invention of chromogenic technology by Dr. Alain Rambach, founder of CHROMagar, in 1979. The introduction of this technology triggered a revolution in microbial diagnosis, highly improving and simplifying traditional culture techniques.

Today, CHROMagar supplies the widest range of chromogenic culture media available, covering applications in clinical bacteriology, industrial microbiology, quality control for food and beverage industries, water testing and environmental monitoring... among other fields. These media allow for a quicker and simpler detection of key clinical and food-borne pathogens.

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CHROMagar™ C.difficile

Photos CHROMagar™ C.difficile

For detection of Clostridium difficile 


Typical Appearance of microrganisms

C.difficile → colourless and fluorescent under UV light at 365 nm
Other bacteria → colourless, no fluorescent or inhibited
 

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CHROMagar™ mSuperCARBA™

Photos CHROMagar™ mSuperCARBA™

For Detection and isolation of Carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae (CPE)


Typical Appearance of microorganisms

CPE E. coli → dark pink to reddish


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LATEST NEWS

Complete news list

 
 

Come and Visit CHROMagar Booth at MEDICA 2019!

21/10/2019

 

CHROMagar team will be present at 
MEDICA fair trade from 18 - 21 November 2019.


 

New version of CHROMagar General Brochure

01/01/2019


Discover the latest version of our General Brochure (Jan. 2019)



Historical Encounter of Three Famous Scientists

20/07/2018

 
Dr. Alain RAMBACH, Dr. Marco AGOSTI and Pr. Franco OTTAVIANI, recently met up...

CHROMagar Cronobacter available at CHROMagar!

05/03/2018

following the ISO 22964 standard


Campylobacter EU Regulation

08/09/2017

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CHROMagar Salmonella Plus in the ISO 6579-1:2017

29/08/2017



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CHROMagar on Linkedin

01/05/2017







 
We invite you to Follow CHROMagar Microbiology Company Page

The Chromogenic Media Pioneer

18/01/2017

Do you know why there is the word « Pioneer » in CHROMagar Logo ?




Click on the image to find the answer 

Check out the latest publication on CHROMagar mSuperCARBA - ELSEVIER

08/12/2016


CHROMagar™ Campylobacter

12/01/2016

Discover our brand new medium for the detection, differentiation and enumeration of thermotolerant Campylobacter. 

 


CHROMagar™ mSuperCARBA™

10/11/2015

We are glad to introduce you to our brand new medium CHROMagar™ mSuperCARBA™


 

CHROMagar™ C.difficile

24/06/2014

CHROMagar has developed an outstanding medium for the detection of Clostridium difficile    
 

 


Where can i find my CHROMagar distributor?

05/04/2013

CHROMagar dedicated a page to locate your distributor in more than 100 countries in the world


GBS Screening : Use CHROMagar StrepB!

03/03/2013


Bring colour to your GBS Screening!
CHROMagar StrepB

Detection of Bacillus Cereus group: CHROMagar™ B. cereus medium !

01/03/2013

CHROMagar developed a new product for the detection and enumeration of Bacillus cereus group in food and environmental samples...

 

Salmonella kentucky detected by CHROMagar Salmonella Plus

13/02/2012


Recent outbreaks involving the multi drug resistant Salmonella kentucky were observed worldwide...

Product Leaflets !!

18/12/2011


Download our product leaflets
from our product pages


Non-Motile Salmonella: Emerging challenge for the food industry

02/12/2011

The food industry has observed an increasing and alarming number of cases of food contamination with non-motile Salmonella strains.


Use CHROMagar STEC to screen E.coli O104 !

22/08/2011

The harmful E.coli O104 recently detected in Germany was screened on worldwide premiere
CHROMagarTM STEC chromogenic medium in 24h incubation time! Read More.....


Come and Visit CHROMagar Booth at MEDICA 2019!

21/10/2019

 

CHROMagar team will be present at 
MEDICA fair trade from 18 - 21 November 2019.