I've got a problem with my medium for Neisseria gonorrhoeae, Proteose
Peptone. After autoclaving, there's some (a lot!) precipitation. The
clots have a rather waxy appearance, and do hardly dissolve even after
heating in the microwave.
Did anybody else ever encounter this problem? Could it be the starch?
I felt a bit unhappy "feeding" this to the bacteria...
Thanks a lot,
MPI für Infektionsbiologie
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