The CDC Biofilm Reactor® is widely used due to it’s repeatability, reusability, and reliability in growing a well-adhered biofilm. Many different organisms have been successfully grown using this reactor, and it is commonly used to test disinfectants,...
In May of 2021, researchers at the School of Fundamental Sciences at Massey University in New Zealand published a paper which included research using the CDC Biofilm Reactor (CBR). This research looked at dairy biofilm isolates obtained from an evaporator of a...
Drip Flow Biofilm Reactor Research Paper Link: A multimodel regime for evaluating effectiveness of antimicrobial wound care products in microbial biofilms During this uncertain period caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, we thought this Drip Flow Biofilm Reactor research...
CDC Biofilm Reactor Research Paper Link: www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0044848619310178 On January 1st, 2020, researchers from the University of Concepcion in Chili published a paper titled “Formation of biofilms of the salmon pathogen...
When developing antimicrobial products for disinfection of biofilms, the methods and tests you use are very important. These must be standardized to ensure product claims are true and relevent. The USEPA is the government body in charge of these regulations in...
When using our products, it is important to have an existing experimental framework. Having well established and widely accepted methods in place is one of the most important aspects of our biofilm reactors. In this post, we’ll explain what the ASTM...
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