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Modified Oxford Listeria Agar (MOX – acc. to USDA|FSIS)

  • Format: 10 x 90 mm Petri
  • Code: TMB_MOXFL_P90_10
  • Technology: Culture media and ISO confirmation tests
  • Application: Food/Water microbiology
  • Tag/Filter: Listeria

Ready-to-use plates of modified Oxford soil (MOX) formulated according to the indications of the USDA/FSIS MLG method 8.07:2009 Isolation and Identification of Listeria monocytogenes from Read meat, Poultry, Egg, and Environmental samples. Using Columbia Agar as a base, lithium chloride is included to inhibit enterococci and Acriflavine to inhibit other gram-positive and gram-negative organisms. It is made even more selective by the addition of more anti-biotics including amphotericin to inhibit any yeasts present. Esculin is present as an indicator since Listeria monocytogenes hydrolyzes it and the reaction associated with ferric ammonium citrate gives rise to a black precipitate around the colonies. In most cases the appearance of Listeria colonies occurs after 24 hours of incubation.


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Modified Oxford Listeria Agar (MOX – acc. to USDA|FSIS)
  • Format: 10 x 90 mm Petri
  • Code: TMB_MOXFL_P90_10
  • Technology: Culture media and ISO confirmation tests
  • Application: Food/Water microbiology
  • Tag/Filter: Listeria


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