Microbial Identification

Microbial Identification Services

Microbial characterization by a limited spectrum of tests pre-chosen and appropriate to the problem being studied. The objective of microbial identification is to differentiate one microbial isolate from another, and then to place that isolate into a family (genus) and a species or even as a particular strain. The main taxonomic terms of importance to Microbial Identification Services are:

  • Family: a group of related genera.
  • Genus: a group of related species.
  • Species: a group of related strains.


  • Requirement: DNA and Primer Information
  • Sanger Sequencing upto 700 bp (unidirectional)
  • Sanger Sequencing upto 1500 bp (bidirectional, contiq can be provided in .txt)
  • Obligate anaerobes (We need only DNA for this kind of Organism)