casamino acids

cas·a·mi·no ac·ids

(kās'ă-mē'nō as'idz),
Trivial term for the mixture of amino acids derived by hydrolysis of casein; used in bacterial and similar growth media.
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The cell pellets were resuspended in yeast nitrogen-based casamino acids medium containing 20 g/L galactose to an [A.
Lactose, galactose, serine, glutamine, ferric chloride, ferrous sulfate, dextrose, aspartic acid, threonine, arginine, asparagine, methionine, leucine, citrate, sucrose, soluble starch, and casamino acids were used as potential chemoattractants.