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pep·tone

(pep'tōn),
Descriptive term applied to intermediate polypeptide products, formed in partial hydrolysis of proteins, that are soluble in water, diffusible, and not coagulable by heat; used in bacterial culture media.

peptone

/pep·tone/ (pep´tōn) a derived protein, or a mixture of cleavage products produced by partial hydrolysis of native protein.pepton´ic

peptone

(pĕp′tōn′)
n.
Any of various water-soluble protein derivatives formed by partial hydrolysis or digestion of proteins by an acid or enzyme, used in culture media in bacteriology.

pep·ton′ic (-tŏn′ĭk) adj.

peptone

[pep′tōn]
a derived protein, which may be produced by hydrolysis of a native protein with an acid or enzyme.

pep·tone

(pep'tōn)
Descriptive term applied to intermediate polypeptide products, formed in partial hydrolysis of proteins, that are soluble in water, diffusible, and not coagulable by heat; used in bacterial culture media.

peptone

a soluble product resulting from protein hydrolysis. see PEPSIN, PEPTIDASE.

peptone

protein derivative formed by partial hydrolysis of a protein.
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In our present study, a mixture of glucose, peptone, and malt extract was used for the growth medium.
Phytone peptone (BBL) is an enzymatic hydrolysate of soybean meal and acts as a nitrogen source for the cultivation of a large variety of organisms including fungi and bacteria (DIFCO Manual 1984).
The report includes peptone description, covers its application areas and related patterns.
The first product available in this format is Buffered Peptone Water ISO (BPW).
10% sterile peptone water was rubbed over the surface of the fish on the area covered by the wire swab guide.
For molecular identification, one Hirsutella citriformis strain inoculated on insects (HC817, see below) and additional strains (HC8D0, HC8D15 and HC8D16) were grown in liquid media (1% peptone, 1% dextrose, 0.
5% peptone, 1% glucose) and filamentous fungi on MEA (2% malt extract, 2% glucose and 1% peptone) at -80[degrees]C.
Suitable amino acid sources include peptone, tryptone, soytone, yeast extract and beef extract.
Melanoid pigments are not formed on peptone yeast iron agar and on tyrosine agar.