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  • Casein Acid hydrolysate is hydrochloric acid digest of casein, resulting in high degree of hydrolysis yielding free amino acids. It is recommended for use in culture media where microbiological growth is measured optically. Appearance Off white to light yellow Homogenous Free flowing powder,…

  • …sulphonamide inhibitors makes Casein Acid Hydrolysate ideal for preparation of Antibiotic Test Media including Mueller Hinton Agar and Vaccine Preparation Media as a source of high concentration of free amino acids. Casein Acid Hydrolysate, Technical is the result of acidic digestion of milk…

  • Casein Acid Hydrolysate is used in preparation of microbiological media. It is an acid hydrolysate of casein. It has Sodium chloride less than 3% and is Vitamin free. Appearance Off white to light yellow Homogenous Free flowing powder, having Characteristic odor but not putrescent. …

  • Casein Acid Hydrolysate is obtained by degrading casein with hydrochloric acid; vitamins and other growth promoting compounds are largely destroyed in the process. Appearance Off white to yellow Homogenous Free flowing powder,having Characteristic odor but not putrescent. Solubility …

  • Casein Acid Hydrolysate is a hydrochloric acid digest of Casein, resulting in high degree of hydrolysis yielding free amino acids having low salt and iron content. Special for Pertussis vaccine production. Appearance Off white to light yellow Homogenous Free flowing powder, having…

  • casein CAS No.: 91079-40-2 Application: Casein Acid hydrolysate vitamin free is specially standardized for the purpose of pertussis vaccine production, but may be used for any vaccines/toxins production where standardized vitamin concentrations are needed. Other Notes: A hydrochloric acid

  • …coli, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Staphylococcus aureus, Streptomyces pyogenes, and Streptomyces griseus . Quality: A mixture of free amino acids with virtually no unhydrolyzed peptides. Only minimal inorganic components are present. Reconstitution: Recommended concentration: 25 g/L Legal…

  • This casein hydrolysate is an hydrochloric acid digest of casein in which the protein molecule has been substantially reduced to its constituent amino acids. Laboratory media including basal media for vitamin analysis of folic acid, pantothenic acid, riboflavin, thiamin, niacin, and B-12.

  • Synonyms: Peptone from casein CAS No.: 91079-40-2 Application: Recommended for use as a microbiological nutrient in laboratory media, fermentations, and tissue culture applications requiring a mixture of highly soluble free amino acids. Linkage: Similar to Hy-Case Amino, but contains a…

  • Casein, Acid Hydrolysate is a hydrochloric acid hydrolysate of casein for use in preparing microbiological culture media. Prepared by acid digestion of casein Nutrient fo laboratory media and fermentation Used in vaccine and toxin production Casein is a rich source of amino…

  • … Synonym(s): Casamino Acids Description: Typical Analysis: Total nitrogen (Kjeldahl) 7.0-8.5%; amino nitrogen 5.0-6.5%; sulfated ash (800 ;C) =58.0%; loss on drying (105 ;C) =6.0%; pH (5%, water) 4.7-7.0; suitability for microbiology: conforms. Application: Casein hydrolysate (acid hydrolyz

  • Casein Hydrolysate

    MP Biomedicals

    Casein hydrolysate is a hydrochloric acid digest of casein in which the protein molecule has been substantially reduced to its constituent amino acids. The protein hydrolysate has been specially processed to remove essentially all sodium chloride. Laboratory media including basal media for…

  • for microbiology Synonym(s): Peptone from vegetable; Casein acid hydrolysate replacement

  • Casein hydrolysate enzymatic is a pancreatic hydrolysate of casein. This hydrolysate contains, in the form of mixed amino acids and peptides, all amino acids originally present in casein. It is a refined product providing high quality soluble source of amino acids, polypeptides and peptides. …

  • growth performance at par with Casein Acid Hydrolysate, Technical, used in antibiotic sensitivity test media, vaccine preparation media etc.

  • for microbiology Synonym(s): Peptone from casein; Amicase ® ; Case amino acids; Casein acid hydrolysate

  • …(9,10 ) activity and calcium and magnesium (11,12 ) interferes with the activity of aminoglycoside antibiotics. Beef heart infusion and casein acid hydrolysate provide nitrogenous compounds, carbon, sulphur and other essential nutrients. Starch acts as a protective colloid against toxic substances…

  • Casein hydrolysate enzymatic is a pancreatic hydrolysate of casein. This hydrolysate contains, in the form of mixed amino acids and peptides, all amino acids originally present in casein. It is a refined product providing high quality soluble source of amino acids, polypeptides and peptides. …

  • Hy-Case® Amino

    MilliporeSigma

    Casein acid hydrolysate, from bovine milk

  • Amicase®

    MilliporeSigma

    Casein acid hydrolysate, from bovine milk CAS number:

  • Casamino Acids

    RPI (Research Products International)

    Casein Acid Hydrolysate is a hydrochloric acid digest of casein that contains small amounts of cystine and Tryptophan. All vitamins have been eliminated by the acidification treatment. Provides a source of amino acids as nutrients for growing various organisms tolerant of high salt conditions.

  • R2A Agar

    RPI (Research Products International)

    …the recovery of stressed bacteria. Formula per liter Casein Digest Peptone: 0.25g Peptic Digest of Animal Tissue: 0.25g Magnesium Sulfate Heptahydrate: 0.05g Sodium Pyruvate: 0.3g Casein Acid Hydrolysate: 0.5g Dipotassium Phosphate: 0.3g Yeast Extract: 0.5g Soluble…

  • R2B Broth

    RPI (Research Products International)

    …in water. Ideal for membrane filtration methods. Formula per Liter: Proteose Peptone #3: 0.5g Magnesium Sulfate Heptahydrate: 0.1g Sodium Pyruvate: 0.3g Casein Acid Hydrolysate: 0.5g Dipotassium Phosphate: 0.3g Yeast Extract: 0.5g Soluble Starch: 0.5g Glucose: 0.5g

  • …susceptibility testing of all species of most commonly encountered aerobic and facultatively anaerobic bacteria (3, 1). Beef infusion and casein acid hydrolysate provide nitrogenous compounds, carbon, sulphur and other essential nutrients. Starch acts as a protective colloid against toxic…

  • …Davis (3) and Dubos and Middlebrook (4). Dubos media contain Casein enzymic hydrolysate and L-aspargine as sources of nitrogen. Polysorbate 80, an oleic acid ester also acts as a surfactant. It therefore supplies the essential fatty acids for the replication of Mycobacteria and also increases the…

  • …NZ Amine A Broth (1) as it provides necessary metabolites for the cell, which would otherwise have to be synthesized by the cell (2). Casein acid hydrolysate and NZ Amine A provide necessary nutrients and cofactors required for the growth of E. coli. Sodium chloride helps to maintain the osmotic…

  • …to avoid false sterility tests. The acid reaction of the medium is inhibitory to a large number of bacteria and makes the medium particularly well suited for cultivating fungi and acidophilic microorganisms (4, 5, 6). Casein enzymic hydrolysate and peptic digest of animal tissue provide…

  • …like casein acid hydrolysates, papaic digest of soyabean meal and yeast extract supply all the necessary nutrients for the growth of lactic bacteria. Fructose is the fermentable carbohydrate in the medium. Bromo cresol green is the pH indicator. Heterofermentative lactic acid bacteria…

  • R-3A Agar

    HiMedia

    …and is used for subculturing the isolates obtained on the less nutritive R-2A Agar (5). Biopeptone, casein acid hydrolysate and yeast extract provide nitrogen, vitamins, amino acids, carbon and minerals. Dextrose serves as an energy source. Soluble starch aids in the recovery of injured…

  • R2A Broth

    HiMedia

    …They grow better at the temperatures below the routine laboratory incubation temperatures of 35 to 37°C (3). This medium contains casein acid hydrolysate, yeast extract, biopeptone as source of essential growth factors required for metabolism of the bacteria. Dextrose is the energy source.…

  • …to stimulate growth of lactic acid bacteria and incorporation of sugars such as fructose as an essential carbohydrate source for Lactobacillus fructivorans and maltose for lactobacilli as it lacks the ability to metabolize glucose. Casein enzymic hydrolysate provides the nitrogenous compounds,…

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