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CHROMagar™ Salmonella Plus


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For detection and isolation of Salmonella species including lactose positive Salmonella.
Detection of lactose positive Salmonella is now required in food microbiology by the ISO 6579 standard

Typical Appearance of microrganisms

Salmonella (including S.typhiS.paratyphi A and lactose positive Salmonella) → Mauve
E.coli → colourless
Coliforms, etc → blue
Proteus, etc → colourless or inhibited

Order References 

Please use these references when
contacting your local distributor:

5000ml................. SA162
25L.......................SA163-25
10Kg.....................SA163-10Kg
Bulk on request
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Medium Performance


  1. Meets ISO 6579 requirements by detecting lactose positive Salmonella.

  2. Easy to read with the naked eye: Another feature of this new media resides in its nice colour contrast due to the fact that E.coli are colourless. E.coli , which are usually present in abundance in samples tested for Salmonella and can potentially hide suspect colonies, are no longer a concern.

  3. High Sensitivity and Specificity:
    Salmonella including S.typhiS.paratyphi A and lactose positive Salmonella) → 99%*
    *Specificity and sensitivity from scientific study: “Evaluation of a new chromogenic medium CHROMagar Salmonella Plus for the detection of Salmonella species including lactose positive Salmonella, S.Typhi and S.Paratyphi” de Beaumont C., Breuil J., Dedicova D., Tran Q. 2006. Poster presented during ECCMID meeting.



  4. Medium Description




Gain flexibility using powder rather than ready to use plates: Use the entire pack, or if there is a need for a smaller number of plates, just a portion. If kept under appropriate storage temperature, CHROMagar Salmonella Plus has a 2 years shelf life. This flexibility is essential to avoid the waste resulting from expired-unused plates. 
 
-CE marked Product.
-Meets ISO 6579 requirements : Microbiology of food and animal feeding stuffs -- Horizontal method for the detection of Salmonella spp. It is applicable to products intended for human consumption and the feeding of animals, and to environmental samples in the area of food production and food handling.

Please refer to our IFU and Material Safety data sheet for complete information about the medium.
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Last Update: 13-Feb-2017

Focus on Salmonella Species


Salmonella is a foodborne pathogen.
Infections caused by Salmonella spp, including Salmonella typhi, remain a major worldwide health problem:
- In the US, Salmonella has an incidence rate of 16.2 cases per 100,000 (CDC estimation, 2008).
- In Europe, it is reported as the first cause of collective toxi-infections. (2007 EFSA report) 
- In developing countries, Salmonella typhi and paratyphi are commonly encountered with an estimated annual incidence of about 17 million cases. (2007 EFSA report)

Moreover, according to a recent WHO report, Salmonella infections are responsible for 2 million deaths per year from diarrhoea.

Salmonella Epidemiologic Issues


Often present in meat, eggs and dairy products, Salmonella spp are also found in water, with the serotypes S.typhi and S.paratyphi being responsible for typhoid and paratyphoid fever.
Salmonella surveillance represents the most common routine analysis in food chain processes. Consequently, improving the efficiency of the test will lead not only to a reduction in the number of contaminated foodstuffs on the market, but also to substantial economic savings in costs related to microbial quality control.
Salmonella is generally considered a non lactose-fermenting organism, but the recent revision of ISO 6579 for Salmonella testing is a result of the growing incidence of lactose positive Salmonella spp. isolated from cases of food poisoning.

 

Rapid identification of Aeromonas species in stool samples with chromogenic media and matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization-time of flight mass spectrometry: an institutional experience

2013

Isin AKYAR, Simge CAN Turkish Journal of Medical Sciences
PUBLICATION

Evaluation of a new chromogenic medium, CHROMagar™ Salmonella Plus, for the detection of Salmonella spp. including lactose positive Salmonella, S.Typhi and S.Paratyphi.

2006

de Beaumont C., Breuil J., Dedicova D.,
Tran Q. 2006. Poster presented during ECCMID meeting, Nice (France).
PUBLICATION

Identification of microorganisms grown on chromogenic media by MALDI-TOF MS

2017

Petra Lüthje, Arthur B. Pranada, Duncan Carruthers-Lay, Marc Desjardins, Olivier Gaillot, David Wareham , Holly Ciesielczuk, Volkan Özenci
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