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"Dr. Michael J. Miller" <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 14 Oct 1998 20:17:30 -0400
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Pam,

If you are looking for self-contained BIs (e.g., paper strips or disks in a
vial with a media ampule that you can crush), there are a number of these
available from Namsa, 3M, Steris and others.  However, if you are looking
for a hermetically-sealed ampoule that contains B. stearothermophilus in a
liquid medium, Raven Biologicals and SGM Biotech sell these.  BBL used to
sell Killit ampoules, but these were removed from the U.S. market.  Hope
that helps.  I'm sure Chris Dwyer from raven can add some additional info.


Dr. Michael J. Miller
Director, Biological and Sterilization Sciences
Bausch & Lomb
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