Microbial Identification

Identify over 2900 species of bacteria, yeast, and fungi

Community Analysis

Examine environmental community diversity with EcoPlates

Microbiome

Utilize unique assay formats to study human and agriculture microbiomes

Phenotype MicroArrays for Microbial Cells

Evaluate nearly 2000 different phenotypes in a single experiment

Phenotype MicroArrays for Mammalian Cells

Interrogate nearly 1400 metabolic and chemical sensitivity phenotypes

Mitochondrial Function Assays

Analyze substrates and inhibitors of mitochondrial function with MitoPlates

Biolog is pleased to launch MitoPlates!

Analyze Mitochondrial Function at Higher Resolution

Our Webinars

Check out our exclusive content on cutting edge biotechnology

Gut Microbiome: New Approaches to Analysis

Biolog invites you to a live webinar presentation on gut microbiome analysis Dr. Barry Bochner, CEO and CSO will introduce solutions to: Study the metabolism of […]

Mitochondrial Function Assay Technology – A Leap Forward

MitoPlates™, a new way to study mitochondrial function. January 23, 2018 10:0 AM Pacific Standard Time (PST) Dr. Barry Bochner will share details about: • A […]

A Webinar on Filamentous Fungi

An introductory presentation on filamentous fungi. Webinar Topics Include: Fungal Contamination Fungal Identification Identification Methods Using the MicroStation™ to Identify Fungi

Free Webinar: Choosing the Right Microbial Identification System for Your Lab

Please register for the webinar on September 27th, 2018 @ 11:00am PST / 2:00pm EST

Testimonial

  • We’ve used the Biolog Gen III Microstation in our Microbiology Lab course for majors for over 2 years now. It is one of the most popular labs among students. We use it to identify unknowns after several weeks of using traditional media tests. Students are amazed by the quick turn-around and large amount of data produced by the assay.

    Andrea McGinley, Ph.D.
    Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago
  • In our microbiology-based research courses, students use Biolog to supplement other bacterial identification methods. This reinforces the benefit of using multiple lines of evidence to strengthen conclusions based on scientific results. Plus Biolog is fun and easy to use!

    Jean Schmidt, M.Sc.
    Lecturer, University of Pittsburgh
  • I started using the Ecoplates this summer and I’m quite pleased with the results. I still have to run the full data analysis to extract more information but what I saw in terms of color patterns at different sites seems very promising. Based on results of the full data analysis, we’ll develop our protocol to apply it to a course that we teach here.

    Chris Levesque
    Lecturer, John Abbott College