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White Paper Details New Techniques for Isolating, Identifying Anaerobic Bacteria and Organisms.

NORWOOD, Mass., April 29 /PRNewswire/ -- A new, free white paper titled "Effectively Culturing Anaerobic Bacteria" is now available from Spiral Biotech, Inc. at: http://www.aicompanies.com/anoxomat. The white paper details new techniques for isolating and identifying anaerobic bacteria in organisms.

To obtain clinical diagnoses and safeguard patient health, modern clinical laboratories must ensure accurate, timely isolation and identification of anaerobic bacteria and related organisms. While traditional approaches have centered on the use of anaerobic chambers or gas bags, a new technology utilizing automatic evacuation/replacement methodology offers attractive advantages for laboratory managers.

Applicable for managers in modern clinical and industrial laboratories, this white paper compares three forms of anaerobic bacteria culturing technologies and explores how hospital and research laboratories are using the new technology to quickly create ideal conditions for the growth of anaerobic organisms.

This paper will be of interest to those in clinical applications such as hospitals, universities, and public health facilities and industrial applications including food and beverage, water supply, and pharmaceutical labs.

To download the white paper, "Effectively Culturing Anaerobic Bacteria," visit http://www.aicompanies.com/anoxomat or contact Spiral Biotech by phone (800) 554-1620.

In addition, to learn more about anaerobic bacteria testing, visit Spiral Biotech while attending the American Society of Microbiology (ASM) 108th General Meeting in Boston June 1-5, 2008 in General Meeting Exhibits booth # 923.

About Advanced Instruments and Spiral Biotech

Founded in 1955, Advanced Instruments, Inc. is the world's largest supplier of freezing-point osmometers used in clinical, pharmaceutical, and biotechnology laboratories. The company is also a leading supplier of analytical instruments and test kits for the food, dairy, and industrial microbiology markets. Based in Norwood, Massachusetts, USA, the company also produces Fiske(R) Associates brand diagnostic instruments and operates Spiral Biotech, Inc., and Delta Instruments as wholly-owned subsidiaries.

For nearly 30 years, Spiral Biotech, Inc. has developed and supported automated microbiology systems for food, dairy, and environmental sciences. The company is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Advanced Instruments, Inc., the world's leading manufacturer of freezing-point osmometers for clinical and research applications. Visit Spiral Biotech online at http://www.spiralbiotech.com/.

Advanced Instruments' products are supported by a worldwide network of sales professionals and independent distributors. Reach Advanced Instruments online at http://www.aicompanies.com/ or contact customer service at (800) 225-4034 or +1 (781) 320-9000.

CONTACT: Don Goncalves, dgoncalves@tizinc.com, or Brandie Gerrish, bgerrish@tizinc.com, both of Tiziani Whitmyre for Advanced Instruments and Spiral Biotech, +1-781-793-9380

Web site: http://www.spiralbiotech.com/ http://www.aicompanies.com/ http://www.aicompanies.com/anoxomat
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