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Paying homage to our alma mater, The Gator Nation.

A joint submission by two gator alumni. As coworkers and infection control practitioners we felt it would be a refreshing change of pace to cast a positive light upon bacteria that are usually known for the havoc they wreak. And what better excuse than the ASM Agar Art contest? #AgarArt2015 #A... Read More

Let the Lost be Found

The Sabouraud Dextrose Agar depicts a lighthouse and light composed of Trichosporon species and Exophiala species. Trichosporon is a white, dry, wrinkled, yeast-like organism that has properties of mold and yeast. It is frequently isolated from the respiratory tract in Cystic Fibrosis patients... Read More

Superheroes #agarart2015

Superheroes can be found in the most unlikely places… even in the bacterial world! The bacteria that you see on this plate are Streptomycetes. Streptomycetes normally live in the soil, together with a lot of other species, with whom they compete for nutrients. When a Streptomycete spore settles ... Read More

Jellyfish

Using colorful contaminations of yellow Nesterenkonia, orange Deinococcus and Sphingomonas along with white Bacillus spots, the artist Maria Penil painted these two jellyfish frolicking on an agar plate at 30 degrees for two days, followed by several days at room temperature for rest and peace. ... Read More

Tropical island in a Petri Dish

You can see a colony of fungi or bacteria growing on agar in a Petri dish and imagine a tropical island, maybe in the Caribbean sea, with its vegetation and a big orange Sun in the sky... Sometimes in the lab trash we can find a lot of beauty Read More

i'M MICROBIOLOGIST

Hi colleagues, here is a portret of young microbiolosist who spend all his time in laboratory and hope on great publication in journal like Nature. It's joke but very reality. My PhD student Anastsasia Knyazeva is the author of this picture. It was designed by Escherichia coli on the Endo Agar ... Read More

The Advantages of Immunohistochemistry (IHC)

In short, using Immunohistochemistry is invaluable when detecting antigens that can cause infectious diseases and helping to diagnose and get rid of cancer. Contact Creative Bioarray for your IHC needs today.
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The Bright Mighty Sun

E. coli K-12, a non-pathogen for most part, is a sorbitol fermenter and appears as pink to red colored colonies whereas E. coli O157:H7 colonies are not colored, on the differential BBL™ MacConkey II agar with sorbitol media plates. These two strains were used to paint the abstract sun, whose wa... Read More

Origene

Origene. In this picture, nucleic acids are showing the origin, the very beginning, the masterpiece where evolution take place in the microbial world! Some of the genetics "branch" DNA or RNA is revealing most of the microbial diversity that sustains our biosphere. It is amazing how the genetic... Read More

Rose #agarart2015

BBL’s CHROMagar Staph Aureus agar is the canvas for this piece of agar art. Chromogens in the agar release a colored compound when hydrolyzed by specific enzymes allowing certain bacteria to appear different colors on it. The mauve rose bud is Staphylococcus aureus, a bacterium frequently found... Read More

St. Louis at Sunset #agarart2015

BBL’s CHROMagar Orientation agar is the canvas for this piece of agar art. Chromogens in the agar release a colored compound when hydrolyzed by specific enzymes allowing certain bacteria to appear different colors on it. The white color is Acinetobacter baumanii, an opportunistic bacterium that... Read More

Student Art : "Lyme"

The salmon-colored tick displayed on this hektoen enteric agar was created by the sugar fermentation reaction of Klebsiella pneumoniae. On this medium, Pseudomonas aeruginosa grows small and dark green and was used to display the words “Lyme” and “Borrelia” along with the associated spirochete ... Read More

Neurons

Neurons and biological shapes is a common theme in the works of the artist Maria Penil. Here she painted with yellow Nesterenkonia, orange Deinococcus and Sphingomonas isolated for their attractive colors as contaminants in the Berkmen lab. After growing the plates for 2 days at 30C, the artist ... Read More

Mushrooms

The artist Maria Penil was inspired by biological shapes and underwater plants for this work. Her care and passion can be seen, as she took a long time to paint with yellow Nesterenkonia, orange Deinococcus and Sphingomonas for this work. This resulted in some contamination, which Maria comment... Read More

Butterfly #agarart2015

BBL’s CHROMagar Staph Aureus agar is the canvas for this piece of agar art. Chromogens in the agar release a colored compound when hydrolyzed by specific enzymes allowing certain bacteria to appear different colors on it. The mauve part of the butterfly is Staphylococcus aureus, a bacterium fre... Read More

Sand Dollar

Using E.coli B strains from NEB (C2566) expressing various chromogenic proteins, the artist Maria Penil was inspired by sand dollars she has seen at her walks off the coast of New England. She grows her painting for two days at 30C then seals her work in epoxy, which surprisingly doesnt kill al... Read More

'Tis the Pseudo

'Tis the Pseudo was inspired by the upcoming holiday season! Six strains of color producing Pseudomonas aeruginosa and a yellow strain of Staphylococcus aureus were used to create an abstract holiday design. P. aeruginosa secretes a variety of pigments, including pyocyanin (blue-green), pyoverdi... Read More

Cells

Painting with yellow Nesterenkonia, orange Deinococcus and Sphingomonas, the artist Maria Penil made this intriguing pattern of cells. After growing the bacteria at 30C for 2 days, the artist's seals the plate in epoxy. In this peace, a surprising continuation of the pattern was applied with nai... Read More

Microbes are fun

With this art in culture medium I want to show that success just limit ourselves cutting our imagination. It is important to know that no dreamer is small and no dream is too big. I used Chromobacterium violaceum, Serratia marcescens, Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa all of them are ... Read More

"Which Vein to Pic"

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Staphylococcus aureus (pink), Staphylococcus saprophyticus (white) and Enterococcus faecalis (blue) are all normal flora on human skin. These three organisms normally live on skin and rarely cause infection unless presented to an open wound. Staphylococcus aureus and Enterococ... Read More
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