8 Vials $39
Vial Chemical Type Description
Each vial contains the following composites:
IV1 Bacteria Acinetobacter Abundant in air, soil and water. Some are beneficial ( e.g. those living in intestine and breaking down food) and some are harmless to humans. Bacteria which are harmful are known as pathogens. Three main categories: cocci (spherical), bacilli (rod-shaped) and spirochaetes or spirilla (spiral-shaped). Bacteria can grow in an inert medium. Susceptible to antibiotics.
Bacilli gram positive and negative
Bacillus Megaterium
Bacillus Subtilus
Bordetella Pertussis
Borrelia Burgdorferi
Brucella Abortus
Clostridium Botulinum
Clostridium Tetani
Clostridium Welchii
Cocci Gram Positive and Negative
Corynebacterium Diptheriae
Escherichia Coli/ E.Coli
Gardnerella Vaginalis
Haemophilus Influenzae
Helicobacter Pylori
Legonella Pneumophila
Listeria Monocytogenes
Mycobacterium Bovis
Mycobacterium Leprae/ Leprosy
Mycobacterium Tuberculinum
Mycoplasma Pneumoniae
Neisseria Gonorrhoea
Neisseria Meningitidis
Pseudomonas Aeruginosa
Salmonella Typhi
Salmonella Paratyphi
Staphylococcus Aureus
Staphylococcus Epidermidis
Streptococcus Agalaciae
Streptococcus Lactis
Streptococcus Mutans
Streptococcus Pneumoniae
Streptococcus Pyogenes
Streptococcus Viridans
Vibrio Cholera
Yersinia Pestis
IV2 Chlamydia Chlamydia Psittaci Micro-organisms which are intermediate in size between viruses and bacteria; like viruses they can only multiply by first invading the cells of another life-form; otherwise more like bacteria and are susceptible to antibiotics.
Chlamydia Trachomatis
IV3 Fungus Aflatoxin Simple parasitic life forms which cause illness by direct poisoning, toxic by-products, allergic reactions and/or colonisation of body tissues. Fungi can be divided into moulds which reproduce by sporing and yeasts which reproduce by budding.
Aspergillus Fumigatus
Aspergillus Niger
Epidermorphyton Flocossum
Microsporum Glypsium
Trichophyton Rubrum
Trichophyton Terrestre
IV4 Parasite Ancylostoma Caninum Any organism living in or on any other living creature and deriving advantage from doing so, while causing disadvantage to the host. Internal parasites are commonly acquired by eating contaminated meat, swallowing eggs on food, contaminating fingers with faecal material or through contact with infected water. Scolex is the part of the tapeworm attached by suckers and hooks to gut wall of host; sometimes called head. Proglottides is the segment-like units of the tapeworm body which, when mature, leave the gut of the primary host in the faeces; they are budded off from the scolex.
Ancylostoma Egg
Ancylostoma Female The life stages of the roundworm: egg larva adult
Ascaris Female
Ascaris Male The life stages of the tapeworm: egg > larva > encased by body in a cyst > adult
Clonorchis Sinensis
Dipylidium Mature & Gravid Proglottides The life stages of the fluke: egg > miracidia > redia > cercaria > metacercaria > adult
Echinococcus Granulosus
Enterobius Vermicularis
Fasciola Cercaria
Fasciola Egg
Fasciola Redia
Necator Americanus Eggs
Onchocerca Volvulus
Paragonimus Westermani Eggs
Schistosoma Mansoni Adult Female
Schistosoma Mansoni Caercariae
Schistosoma Mansoni Egg
Schistosoma Mansoni Miracidia
Taenia Scolex
Taenia Scolex Immature, Mature & Gravid Proglottides
Trichinella Spiralis Female
Trichinella Spiralis Male
Trichuris Trichiura
Trichuris Trichiura Egg
Xenopsylla Cheopsis
IV5 Parasite (external) Cimex
Culex Imago Female
Pediculus Humanus Capitis
Xenopsylla Cheopsis
IV6 Protozoa Balantidium Coli The simplest, most primitive type of animal, consisting of a single cell. Resistant to antibiotics.
Entamoeba Histolytica
Giardia Lamblia
Leishmani Donovani
Mixed Protozoa
Plasmodium Falciparium
Plasmodium Vivax
Trichomonas Vaginalis
Trypanosoma Brucei
IV7 Rickettsia Coxiella Burnetii / Q Fever A type of parasitic micro-organism. They resemble bacteria but are only able to replicate by invading the cells of another life form; rickettsiae are parasites of ticks, lice, etc. These animals can transmit the rickettsiae to humans via their bite or contaminated faeces.
Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
IV8 Virus Coxsackie The smallest known type of infective agent. Outside of living cells viruses are inert. They invade living cells, take them over and make copies of themselves. Not susceptible to antibiotics.
Hepatitis A
Hepatitis B
Hepatitis C
Herpes Simplex 1
Herpes Simplex 2
Herpes Zoster/ Shingles
Influenza ( Shangdong A, Singapore A, Panama B, Sichnan A, Beijing A, Yamagata B)
Papilloma Human Virus
Respiratory Syncytial Virus
Rubella/ German Measles
Varicella Zoster/ Chickenpox
Yellow Fever Virus