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ERIC® RapID™ Systems and Accessory Products

All systems are packaged 20 panels/pk. Color guides for each system are available upon request from your Technical
Sales Representative or our Technical Service Department.
ERIC® (electronic code compendium) is a complementary computerized database to support all RapID Systems.
• Windows®-based software system Accessory Products Packaging REF
RapID™ Inoculation Fluid 1ml x 20 tubes/Pk R8325102
⋅ Computerized code compendium to process all RapID system microcodes RapID™ Inoculation Fluid 2ml x 20 tubes/Pk R8325106
• User-friendly format for RapID code interpretation RapID™ Spot Indole Reagent 15ml/Btl R8309002
RapID™ Nitrate A Reagent 15ml/Btl R8309003
• Expanded databases with additional organisms and updated nomenclature
RapID™ Nitrate B Reagent 15ml/Btl R8309004
⋅ Increased identification capabilities BactiDrop™ Oxidase 0.75ml x 50 ampules/Pk R21540
⋅ Reliable, comprehensive results McFarland Equivalence Turbidity Standard No. 1 Each R20411
McFarland Equivalence Turbidity Standard No. 2 Each R20412
McFarland Equivalence Turbidity Standard No. 3 Each R20413
ERIC includes all the compendium information needed including: probability percent, bioscores, contraindicated McFarland Equivalence Turbidity Standard No. 4 Each R20414
test results, nomenclature, and clinical relevance comments. It also provides a 'save and report' option to track identification ERIC (Electronic RapID Compendium)
Each R8323600

patterns and organism trends.
RapID™ Inoculation McFarland Spot Nitrate Nitrate Oxidase Culti-Loop® Paper Code Available
System Fluid1 Standard
No. 2 Indole A B QC Set3 Compendium on ERIC® RapID™ Systems
1ml 3 √ � � � R4653050 R8322002 √
Identification in 4 hours
RapID™ Color Guide R8311008 2ml 4 � √ √ � R4653048 R8328008 √

Results of each RapID test can be compared to a convenient RapID Color Guide. The easy-to-read guides provide reference 1ml 3 √ √ √ √ R4653051 R8321001 √ RapID™ Systems
information at a glance. Complete instructions for use are included in every RapID system. • Anaerobes
NF PLUS 1ml 1 √ √ � √ R4653054 R8325005 √
R8311005 • Corynebacterium
2ml 2 √ � � √ R4653056 R8326006 √ • Enterobacteriaceae
• Neisseria-Haemophilus
STAPH PLUS 2ml 3 � √ √ � R4653047 N/A √
R8311009 • Nonfermenters
SS/u • Staphylococci
1ml 1 √ � � � R4653053 R8324004 √
• Streptococci
1ml 1 � � � � R4653052 R8323003 √ • Yeast
YEAST PLUS 2ml N/A � � � � R4653060 R8327007 √
• Urinary tract isolates

1. RapID Inoculation Fluid is formulated for preparation of bacterial inoculums, which are adjusted to specific densities using McFarland Equivalence
Turbidity Standards and then inoculated into an appropriate RapID Identification System panel.

2. McFarland Equivalence Turbidity Standards are accurate, stable latex turbidity standards recommended for use with RapID systems. These
convenient turbidity standards are packaged in a plastic case with a visual comparison card.

3. Culti-Loop® QC sets and kits are recommended for consistent, convenient quality contol of the RapID systems. Culti-Loops are ready-to-use,
stabilized, preserved, viable microorganisms in a disposable inoculating loop. The organisms can be rehydrated in liquid or streaked directly onto an
appropriate agar medium.

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Easy, Fast, One-Step biochemical identification

RapID™ Systems Plus ERIC® Equals Results RapID™ CB PLUS RapID™ STAPH PLUS
For the rapid ID of Corynebacterium, Actinomyces sp., and other irregular, gram-positive coryneform bacilli. Panel includes 18 For the rapid ID of medically important Staphylococcus species and related organisms. Panel includes 18 substrates for the
Remel RapID™ systems are ideal for manual testing and as companion confirmation tests for automated systems. substrates for the identification of more than 50 organisms. identification of more than 40 organisms.
Corynebacterium spp.: C. pseudodiphtheriticum Actinomyces spp.: Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae Catalase-positive, S. delphini S. lentus S. xylosus
• Accurate identification of more than 400 medically important organisms in 4 hours. C. accolens C. pseudotuberculosis A. israeli Exiguobacterium acetylicum Gram-positive cocci: S. epidermidis S. lugdunensis
C. afermentans (ANF1) C. propinquum (ANF3) A. naeslundii Leifsonia aquatica Staphylococcus arlettae S. equorum S. muscae Other Taxa:
• Common, simple, one-step inoculation with aerobic incubation. C. afermentans lipophilum C. renale A. neuii (Gp. 1) Listeria grayi/murrayi S. aureus S. felis S. pasteuri Kocuria kristinae
C. amycolatum C. striatum A. odontolyticus Listeria monocytogenes S. auricularis S. gallinarum S. saprophyticus Kocuria rosea
⋅ Less than 3 minutes required to set up and read results. C. argentoratense
C. auris
C. ulcerans
C. urealyticum (D-2)
A. viscosus Listeria innocua
Listeria ivanovii
S. capitis (2 sub spp.)
S. caprae
S. haemolyticus
S. hominus (2 spp.)
S. schleiferi (2 sub spp.)
S. sciuri
Kytovovvus sedintarius
Macrococcus caseolyticus
S. carnosus S. hyicus S. simulans Micrococcus spp.
⋅ No oil overlays necessary.
C. bovis
C. cystitidis
C. xerosis Miscellaneous Gram-positive
Coryneform bacilli:
Listeria seeligeri
Listeria welshimeri S. chromogenes S. intermedius S. vitulinus Rothia mucilaginosa
C. diphtheriae CDC Coryneform groups: Arcanobacterium spp. (3) Microbacterium spp. S. cohnii (2 sub spp.) S. kloosii S. warneri
⋅ Compatible with a wide range of media formulations and culture types. C. glucuronolyticum CDC Group G/LD Bifidobacterium spp. (Gp. E) Oerskovia spp.
C. jeikeium (JK) CDC Group F1 Brevibacterium casei Rhodococcus equi
• Test results based on easy-to-read color reactions in each individual well. C. kutscheri CDC Group L1 Brevibacterium spp. (Gp. B) Rhothia spp.
C. matruchotii Cellulomonas spp. (A3/A4) Turicella otitidis
⋅ Color-based enzymatic cleavage of specific chromogenic and conventional substrates for C. minutissimum Dermabacter hominis RapID™ SS/u
For the rapid ID of commonly isolated urinary tract microorganisms from human specimens. Panel includes 11 substrates for
accurate results. the identification of 12 organisms in only 2 hours.
⋅ Convenient RapID color guides provide interpretation at a glance. RapID™ NH Gram-negative bacilli:
Citrobacter spp.
Morganella morganii
Proteus spp.
Gram-positive bacilli:
Enterococcus spp.
Candida albicans
⋅ ERIC® software database is reliable, comprehensive, and easy to use. For the rapid ID of Neisseria, Haemophilus, Moraxella, and other related microorganisms. Panel includes 13 substrates for the Escherichia coli
Enterobacter spp.
Providencia spp.
Pseudomonas spp.
Staphylococcus spp. Candida glabrata
identification of more than 30 organisms. Klebsiella spp. Serratia spp.
• Complete set of accessory products designed specifically for use with RapID Systems for optimum performance.
Cardiobacterium hominis Haemophilus spp. (9) Neisseria spp. (9) Psychrobacter phenylpyruvicus
Eikenella corrodens Kingella spp. (2) Oligella spp. (2) Sutonella indologenes
Gardnerella vaginalis Moraxella spp. (5) Pasturella multocida

Product Comparison Guide For the rapid ID of streptococci and other similar gram-positive bacteria. Panel includes 14 substrates for the identification
RapID™ Others of more than 30 organisms.
Incubation time 4 hours Range from 4 - 48 hours Beta-hemolytic Streptococci: E. gallinarum Viridans Streptococci: Other taxa:
For the rapid ID of glucose fermenting and nonfermenting, gram-negative bacteria not belonging to the Enterobacteriaceae family. Group A (S. pyogenes) E. malodoratus Streptoccus acidominimus Aerococcus spp.
Inoculation procedure 1 step Multiple pipette steps Panel includes 17 substrates for the identification of more than 70 organisms. Group B (S. agalactiae) E. raffinosus S. anginosus Gemella morbillorum
Group C/G S. constellatus Leuconostoc citreum
Aerobic incubation All Some Actinobacillus ureae CDC IVC-2 Myroides odoratus Roseomonas spp. Group D Streptococci: S. intermedius Leuconostoc mesenteroides group
Acinetobacter spp. CDC NO-1 Neisseria weaverii/elongata Shewenella putrefaciens Lancefield Group D Enterococci: Streptococcus bovis S. mitis Leuconostoc lactis
Windows-based compendium Yes Some Aeromonas spp. (4) Chromobacterium violaceum Ochrobactrum anthropi Sphingobacterium spp. (2) Enterococcus avium S. bovis variant S. mutans Listeria monocytogenes
Agrobacterium radiobacter Comamonas spp. (2) Oligella spp. (2) Sphingomonas paucimobilis E. casseliflavus/mundtii S. equinus S. salivarius/vestibularius Pediococcus acidilactici
Alcaligenes spp. (3) Elizabethkingia meningoseptica Pasteurella spp. (4) Strnotrophomonas maltophilia E. durans/hirae S. sanguis/gordonii Pediococcus pentosaceus
Bergeyella zoohelcum Flavobacterium spp. (3) Plesiomonas shigelloides Suttonella indologenes E. faecalis S. sanguis II Streptococcus pneumoniae
Bordetella bronchiseptica Kingella spp. (2) Pseudomonas spp. (9) Vibrio spp. (8) E. faecium Weisella confusus
Wide Range of Available Systems Brevundimonas spp. (2)
Burkholderia spp. (3)
Methylobacterium spp.
Moraxella spp. (6)
Psychrobacter phenylpyruvicus
Ralstonia pickettii
Weeksella virosa

For the rapid ID of medically important anaerobic bacteria. Panel includes 18 substrates for the identification of more For the rapid ID of medically important yeast and yeast-like organisms. Panel includes 18 substrates for the identification
than 90 organisms. RapID™ ONE of more than 40 organisms.
Gram-negative bacilli: Prevotella spp. (11) Gram-positive Anaerobic cocci:
For rapid ID of Enterobacteriaceae and other oxidase-negative bacteria. Panel includes 19 substrates for the identification of more Aureobasidium pullulans C. krusei Cryptococcus humicolus Prototheca wickerhamii
Bacteroides spp. (15) Tissierella praeacuta non-spore-forming bacilli: Gemella morbillorum than 70 organisms. Blastoschizomyces capitatus C. lambica Cryptococcus laurentii Prototheca zopfii
Bilophila wadsworthia Wolinella spp. Actinomyces spp. (7) Peptostreptococcus spp. (9) Candida albicans C. lusitaniae Cryptococcus neoformans Rhodotorula glutinis
Enterobacteriaceae: Klebsiella spp. (6) Providencia spp. (4) Other oxidase-negative, C. apicola C. marina Cryptococcus terreus Rhodotorula minuta
Campylobacter gracilis Arcanobacterium pyogenes Staphylococcus saccharolyticus Cedecea spp. (5) Kluyvera spp. (2) Rahnella aquatilis gram-negative rods:
Capnocytophaga spp. Clostridia: Bifidobacterium spp. Streptococcus spp. (2) C. ciferrii C. parapsilosis Cryptococcus uniguttulatus Rhodotorula rubra
Citrobacter spp. (3) Leclercia adecarboxylata (EG-4) Salmonella spp. (7) Acinetobacter baumannii C. colliculosa C. rugosa Geotrichum spp. Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Fusobacterium spp. (4) Clostridium spp. (24) Eubacterium spp. (3) Veillonella spp. Edwardsiella spp. (2) Leminorella spp. (2) Serratia spp. (5) Burkholderia cepacia
Mobiluncus spp. (2) Lactobacillus spp. (6) C. famata C. stellatoidea Hanseniaspora Sprobolomyces salmonicolor
Enterobacter spp. (8) Moellerella wisconsensis Shigella spp. (2) Pseudomonas spp. (2) C. glabrata C. tropicalis guillermondi/uvarum Trichosporon begelii
Porphyromonas spp. (3) Propionibacterium spp. (3) Escherichia spp. (4) Morganella morganii Tatumella ptyseos Sphingomonas paucimobilis C. guillermondi C. utilis Hansenula wingei Yarrowia lipolytica
Ewingella americana Pantoea agglomerans Yersinia spp. (5) Stenotrophomonas maltophilia C. intermedia C. zeylanoides Kluyveromyces spp.
Hafnia alvei Proteus spp. (4) Yokenella regensburgei C. kefyr Cryptococcus albidus Pichia anomala