Pasteur pipette

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Pas·teur pi·pette

a cotton-plugged, glass tube drawn out to a fine tip, used for the sterile transfer of small volumes of fluid.
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Louis, French chemist and bacteriologist, 1822-1895.
Pasteurella aerogenes - species found in swine that can cause human wound infections following a pig bit.
Pasteurella multocida - bacterial species associated with dogs and cats.
Pasteurella pestis - Synonym(s): Yersinia pseudotuberculosis
Pasteurella "SP" - a rarely encountered organism that can cause infection after a guinea pig bite
Pasteurella tularensis - Synonym(s): Francisella tularensis
Pasteur effect - the inhibition of fermentation by oxygen, first observed by Pasteur.
Pasteur pipette - a cotton-plugged, glass tube drawn out to a fine tip, used for the sterile transfer of small volumes of fluid.
Pasteur vaccine
pasteurellosis - infection with bacteria of Pasteurella.
pasteurization - bacteria destruction process.
pasteurizer - pasteurization apparatus.
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Bacillus cereus LMG 6923T (strain for teaching purposes, BCCMTM/LMG Bacteria Collection); fresh garlic bulbs; garlic press; 10-mL plastic syringe; gauze; 250-mL glass containers; glass rods; gram scale; microwave oven; petri dishes; Pasteur pipettes and 1-mL pipettes; microbiological loops; agar (bacteriological or available in supermarkets and health food stores); meat (pork or beef); table sugar; kitchen salt; distilled water; 1-L growthmedium flasks (or equivalent microwave glass containers); glass burners; discard container with bleach (20%); ethanol (70%); paper towels; and Falcon and Eppendorf tubes (or equivalent).
Using a Pasteur pipette, apply 1 drop of sterile distilled water (~20 uL) onto one side of each plate (control) and 1 drop of GSJ on the other.
Lattakia, Syrian Coast (SANA) - Medical waste usually refers to waste products that cannot be considered general waste, produced from healthcare premises, such as hospitals, clinics, doctors offices, laboratories and nursing homes.Common types of medical waste include pathological waste (tissues, organs, body parts, and body fluids removed during surgery and autopsy), human blood and blood products (blood, serum, plasma), contaminated sharps such as needles, syringes, scalpel blades, lancets, pasteur pipettes, and broken glass and finally contaminated animal carcasses, body parts, bedding and related wastes that may have been exposed to infectious agents during research, production of biologicals, or testing of pharmaceuticals.
Apogent also purchased certain operating assets of Meteor Glass' pipette, vial and tube business, including Pasteur pipettes, culture tubes and rain gauges, which will become part of Chase Scientific Glass.
During the development of assays for nitrate and nitrite, we identified disposable gloves and glass Pasteur pipettes as potential sources of contamination.
Glass Pasteur pipettes and polypropylene transfer pipettes were tested (in quintuplicate) by placing 1 mL of water into a 1.0-ml, Wisp vial, aspirating it into the pipette, and dispensing it back into the vial 10 times.