Buffered Peptone Water w/ NaCl-500g

Buffered Peptone Water w/ NaCl-500g

₹ 2,417.00 *

Brand: Micromaster

Catalog No.: DM1041-500g

Quantity/Unit: 500g/Pack

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Min Orderable Qty : 1 Pack

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High grade Buffered Peptone Water is supplied by Micromaster. It is available in the form of a white to cream homogeneous free flowing powder with a pH in the range of 6.8 to 7.2. It is advisable to store this product between 10-30°C in a tightly closed container. Once opened, Buffered Peptone Water should be properly stored in a dry place, after tightly capping the bottle in order to prevent lump formation due to the hygroscopic nature of the product. Store this product in dry ventilated area, away from extreme temperatures and sources of ignition. 

• Quantity provided: 500g /pack

Buffered Peptone Water is mainly used for the non-selective pre-enrichment of Salmonella spp. from food, for testing a diluent and for water sample testing in a laboratory. This product is not recommended for diagnosis of diseases or other conditions. Buffered Peptone Water is a pre-enrichment medium which aids in the recovery of sub-lethally damaged Salmonellae before it is transferred to a selective medium. This pre-enrichment medium is free from inhibitors and is well buffered and provides conditions for resuscitation of the cells that have been injured by processes of food preservation. Lactose Broth is commonly used as a pre-enrichment medium but it can be detrimental to recovery of Salmonellae. These pre-enrichment media contain peptone as a source of carbon, nitrogen, vitamins and minerals. Sodium chloride maintains the osmotic balance and phosphates buffer the medium. The broth is rich in nutrients and produces high resuscitation rates for sub-lethally injured bacteria and supports intense growth. The phosphate buffer system prevents bacterial damage due to changes in the pH of the medium.



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