Antibiotic Disks

Microbiology Products InventoryAntibiotic Disks

The products that we sale are used for microbiology research  in the areas of Medical/Clinical Microbiology, Industrial Microbiology, Food Microbiology, Pharmaceutical Microbiology, Environmental/Soil Microbiology, Laboratory Medicine, as well as Clinical and Veterinary Medicine. Our products are UK certified products.

WARNING: These products are not intended for human or animal consumption. They are only intended for conducting and carrying out laboratory experiments and research in the field of microbiology and other areas of biological and medical sciences.

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Our website is intended to make it easier for you to order products (culture media, antibiotic disks, biochemical test reagents etc.), as well as ask questions regarding your procurement or any other query you want us to address. Simply go to www.microbiologyclass.com, and hit the “Contact Us” button/tab to leave us a message about your inquiry or request. You can also reach us at the following email addresses:

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Saturday and Sunday closed.

Tel: +2348148884314

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THE FOLLOWING ANTIBIOTIC DISKS ARE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE:

  1. Amikacin
  2. Amoxycillin-Clavulanic acid
  3. Ampicillin
  4. Ampicillin-Sulbactam
  5. Azithromycin
  6. Aztreonam
  7. Carbenicillin
  8. Cefaclor
  9. Cefamandole
  10.  Amikacin
  11.  Amoxycillin-Clavulanic acid
  12.  Ampicillin
  13.  Ampicillin-Sulbactam
  14.  Azithromycin
  15.  Aztreonam
  16.  Carbenicillin
  17.  Cefaclor
  18.  Cefamandole
  19.  Cefazolin
  20.  Cefepime
  21.  Cefixime
  22.  Cefonicid
  23.  Cefoperazone
  24.  Cefotaxime
  25.  Cefotetan
  26.  Cefoxitin
  27.  Cefpodoxime
  28.  Cefprozil
  29.  Ceftazidime
  30.  Ceftizoxime
  31.  Ceftriaxone
  32.  Cefuroxime
  33.  Cephalothin
  34.  Chloramphenicol
  35.  Ciprofloxacin
  36.  Clarithromycin
  37.  Clindamycin
  38.  Colistin
  39.  Doripenem
  40.  Doxycycline
  41.  Ertapenem
  42.  Erythromycin
  43.  Gentamicin
  44.  Imipenem
  45.  Kanamycin
  46.  Levofloxacin
  47.  Linezolid
  48.  Lomefloxacin
  49.  Mecillinam
  50.  Meropenem
  51.  Meziocillin
  52.  Minocycline
  53.  Moxifloxacin
  54.  Nafcillin
  55.  Nalidixic acid
  56.  Netilmicin
  57.  Nitrofurantoin
  58.  Linezolid
  59.  Lomefloxacin
  60.  Mecillinam
  61.  Meropenem
  62.  Meziocillin
  63.  Minocycline
  64.  Moxifloxacin
  65.  Nafcillin
  66.  Nalidixic acid
  67.  Netilmicin
  68.  Nitrofurantoin
  69.  Norfloxacin
  70.  Ofloxacin
  71.  Oxacillin
  72.  Penicillin
  73.  Piperacillin
  74.  Piperacillin-Tazobactam
  75.  Polymyxin B
  76.  Quinupristin-Dalfopristin
  77.  Rifampin
  78.  Spectinomycin
  79.  Streptomycin
  80.  Linezolid
  81.  Lomefloxacin
  82.  Mecillinam
  83.  Meropenem
  84.  Meziocillin
  85.  Minocycline
  86.  Moxifloxacin
  87.  Nafcillin
  88.  Nalidixic acid
  89.  Netilmicin
  90.  Nitrofurantoin
  91.  Norfloxacin
  92.  Ofloxacin
  93.  Oxacillin
  94.  Penicillin
  95.  Piperacillin
  96.  Piperacillin-Tazobactam
  97.  Polymyxin B
  98.  Quinupristin-Dalfopristin
  99.  Rifampin
  100.  Spectinomycin
  101.  Streptomycin
  102.  Sulfisoxazole
  103.  Telithromycin
  104.  Tetracycline
  105.  Ticarcillin
  106.  Ticarcillin-Clavulanic Acid
  107.  Tigecyline
  108.  Tobramycin
  109.  Trimethoprim
  110.  Trimethoprim-Sulfamethoxazole
  111.  Vancomycin
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