DetailsDisposable Inoculation Loops are needed in the process of yeast culturing. These individually packaged loops are packaged in a sterile environment. Open up the package and you are ready to use.
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4.8 / 5.09 ReviewsYeast ranchingThe right instrument for inoculating a culture into a newly prepared petri dish or slant tube. Good length and easy to hold.March 24, 2014Single useIts convenient and I like it, but if it had a 2nd loop on the other end I'd get twice as much use out of it. So for the money it could be better.February 5, 2014Would be better to have aloop on both endsThe loop is good and inexpensive, but would be even better with a second loop on the other end,November 30, 2013Easy way to spread your yeast cultureIts long and cheap and works fine. If it had a loop on each end it would be even better though.October 15, 2013Makes culturing yeast easyI culture yeast occasionally so these are nice to have. If I did a lot of culturing I'd get the reusable ones and sterilize them with an alcohol lamp.July 26, 2013Nice, but gets priceyThese are really convenient, but you need to buy several of them since they are single use only. If you are doing any quantity of yeast culturing, I suggest you just buy the metal one you can heat and sterilize with each use.April 18, 2013ConvenientSince I work in a lab I have a lot of experience with this. Very convenient for culturing brewing yeast. Just use it and toss it, very easy. I agree it would be better to have 2 loops.February 26, 2013inoculation wandOverall I am satisfied with this inoculation wand_x000D__x000D_PROS_x000D_More convenient than metal loops, I just use it, then throw it away_x000D__x000D_Good length, not too short_x000D__x000D_CONS_x000D_It only has a loop on 1 end, rather than a loop at each end, of different sizes_x000D_February 16, 2013smear loopI use them to retrieve an inoculum from a culture of yeast by skimming off the top. Standard lab use._x000D_You wont be sterilizing these with your micro torch after using them._x000D_January 6, 2013
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