An inoculating loop, also called a smear loop or micro-streaker, is a tool used by biologists to retrieve inoculum using the phenomenon of surface tension. The loop is used to cultivate microbes by streaking agar in a petri dish or plate for subsequent growth. The size of the loop is consistent assuring accurate and repeatable transfers.
|1 µL + 10 µL, rigid||EO/Gamma||AS||1 pc/Pack||SH1015|
|1 µL + 10 µL, rigid||EO/Gamma||AS||5 pcs/Pack||SH1016|
|1 µL + 10 µL, rigid||EO/Gamma||AS||10 pcs/Pack||SH1017|
|1 µL + 10 µL, rigid||EO/Gamma||AS||20 pcs/Pack||SH1018|