electronic bacterial counters

gerne at my-dejanews.com gerne at my-dejanews.com
Sun Nov 15 17:10:35 EST 1998


As mentioned a few messages ago:

To: microbio at net.bio.net

From: gerne at my-dejanews.com

Subject: re: Cell Counting, Yes NEW!

Date: Wed, 11 Nov 1998 22:51:31 GMT


for alternatives including field portable instruments with a slightly higher
level of sophistication see http://www.optoflow.com/index1.html The
instrument described is a small 2-channel flow cytometer using a small solid
state LASER.

Go with the flow

Good luck
Gerhard

In article <72ji83$ttm$1 at nnrp1.dejanews.com>,
  a2akv at cav.udesc.br wrote:
> I was asked to make a study about counting bacteria in raw milk as it arrives
> at the dairy. This needs to be done fast, so the production process is not
> disrupted. I am aware of at least one company (Bentley Instruments) that
> makes an electronic bacterial counter. I would like to know if there are
> alternatives in the market and hear from your experiences. Thanks for your
> help, Adil Vaz
>
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