Microbial isolation and identification

Isolation and characterisation: The institute offer assistance in isolation, characterisation and identification of various micro-organisms including pathogens and other suspected organisms in any samples of water, soil, food etc. Antibiotic sensitivity tests: With the plant and animal pathogens available at the laboratory in the campus, studies to analyse the resistance and sensitivity of antibiotics in various samples are also carried out at the institute. Herbal drug evaluation: TIES undertakes testing of antibacterial activity, antifungal activity, etc. of different samples (herbal drugs) using available pathogens. Along with that minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC), determination of MFC (minimum fungicidal concentration) and MBC (minimum bactericidal concentration) are also undertaken.