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  • Fuchsin Lactose Broth

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    It has been agreed by most workers in water bacteriology that the plain Lactose Broth usually used for presumptive test is not altogether satisfactory, in that it gives many false positive tests. A number of modifications have been suggested to eliminate as far as possible, these false positive tests…
  • Lactose Broth

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    …waters or drinking water (1). Lactose Broth is recommended by APHA in the performance and confirmation of the presumptive test for coliform bacteria in water (2), food (3) and milk (4). This medium was initially listed as an alternative to Lauryl Sulfate Broth in the presumptive Standard Total Coliform…
  • Eijkman Lactose Broth

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    Coliform organism is a term used to designate the lactose-fermenting Enterobacteria such as Escherichia coli and Enterobacter . Enterobacteriaceae forms a large group of gram-negative bacteria that inhabit intestinal tract of warmblooded animals. Therefore they constitute the major microbial flora…
  • Phenol Red Lactose Broth

    General Lab Products
    Base for the Determination of Lactose Fermentation.
  • M Endo Broth MF (MF Endo Medium) (M-Coliform Broth)

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    …as surface colonies which can be counted (1). M-Endo broth is used for the estimation of coliform bacteria in water samples using the membrane filtration technique. Endo Medium was first developed by Endo to differentiate between lactose-fermenters and non-fermenters. This medium employed sodium…
  • Broth Medium G (MacConkey Broth)

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    …medium falls below 6.8. Lactose non-fermenting organisms like Salmonella and Shigella do not alter the appearance of the medium. Transfer homogenate in Casein Soyabean Digest Medium (M011B) containing 1 gm or 1 ml of the preparation to be examined to 100 ml MacConkey Broth Incubation is carried…
  • M-MacConkey Broth

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    …Escherichia coli changes the colour of the medium to yellow due to lactose fermentation and colourless to slight pink in case of nonfermenters. M-MacConkey Broth is recommended for the detection and enumeration of lactose fermenting enteric bacteria from milk and water using membrane filter technique…
  • MacConkey Broth with Neutral Red

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    …the media falls below 6.8. Lactose non-fermenting strains, such as Shigella and Salmonella do not alter the appearance of the medium. The medium turns pink in case of lactose fermenters and yellow in case of non- lactose-fermenters, due to neutral red. MacConkey Broth , which contains neutral red…

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