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CCUG, Department of Clinical Bacteriology Company Profile

18:26 EDT 25th September 2017 | BioPortfolio

The CCUG holds a broad range of bacteria and the most demanded test strains of filamentous fungi and yeasts. We do not hold extremophils or intracellular organisms and we do not distribute hazard group 3 organisms. Cultures are freeze-dried and may be sent abroad promptly under controlled forms. Our identification service has been active for 38 years. We have huge databases and we are pleased to share the information with you through our search engine.

Location

University of Göteborg, Mikrobiologen
Guldhedsgatan
Göteborg
10, SE-413 46
Sweden

Contact

Phone: 46 31 342 4696
Fax: 46 31 772 9661
Email: info@domain


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