What is proteose peptone (Difco)?

K N and P J Harris ecoli at cix.compulink.co.uk
Sun Mar 10 11:39:43 EST 1996


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> Can someone tell me what proteose peptone is?  Is it like pancreatic 
> digest of casein or something.  I don't have a Difco manual or I'd 
look 
> it up myself.  I'm want ot know if a media recipe containing proteose 
> peptone can be substituted with something else.
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> Thanks
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> Mark Fuller, Ph.D.
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RTFM
Peter Harris,
Reading,UK.




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