tryptone


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tryp·tone

(trip'tōn),
A peptone produced by proteolytic digestion with trypsin.

tryptone

(trĭp′tōn)
A peptide produced by the action of trypsin on a protein.
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05% PBST and then blocking solution (1% tryptone, 1% BSA, 3% sucrose (150 [micro]L/well)) diluted in PBS for 1 h at 37 [degrees]C was added.
Each tube was incubated for 2 h at 35-36[degrees]C, after which three drops of each solution were placed onto single Petri plates made with tryptone soy agar for V.
For each experiment, one colony was inoculated in 10 ml of Tryptone Soy Broth (TSB) and cultured at 37[degrees]C.
A few of those surveyed also used other media such as Nutrient Agar/Broth, MacConkey, Tryptone Yeast Glucose (TYG), Plate Count Agar (PCA), Tryptone Glucose Extract (TGE), Brain Heart Infusion, Middlebrook and Synthetic Broth.
All of the vaccines were tested for their sterility by culturing on tryptone soya agar plates.
Listeria Chromogenic Agar for the isolation of Listeria monocytogenes and Tryptone Bile Glucuronide Agar for the isolation of Escherichia coli will be closely followed by CSIM for the isolation of Cronobacter sakazakii from milk and milk products and chromogenic ABC medium for the isolation of Salmonellae.
The freeze-dried culture was suspended in 3% tryptone soya broth (TSB) and plated onto tryptone soya broth (HiMedia, Mumbai) supplemented with 1.
mykiss was established on four media: tryptone soya agar (OXOID) was chosen for isolation of total heterotrophic bacteria (THB), milk agar for proteolytic bacteria (PB) as a separate group of total heterotrophic bacteria, PB were identified according to the zones of protein (casein) hydrolysis on milk agar, MacConkey agar (OXOID) was used for total coliform bacteria (TCB).
Each isolate was stored in a cryovial containing glycerol (20%) tryptone soy broth at -20[degrees]C.