|Related Categories||A - M, All Food Control Media (alphabetical), All Solid Media/Agars, Chromogenic Media, Clinical Media,|
|shelf life||(limited shelf life, expiry date on the label)|
|composition||agar, 15 g/L|
|beef extract, 4 g/L|
|casein enzymic hydrolysate, 4 g/L|
|chromogenic mixture, 12.44 g/L|
|peptic digest of animal tissue, 18 g/L|
|final pH||7.2±0.3 (25 °C)|
|suitability||nonselective and differential for Enterobacteriaceae|
|nonselective and differential for Enterococcus|
|nonselective and differential for Escherichia coli and Coliforms|
|nonselective and differential for Klebsiella|
|nonselective and differential for Proteus|
|nonselective and differential for Pseudomonas|
|nonselective and differential for Staphylococcus|
HiCrome™ UTI Agar is chromogenic differential medium for identification, differentiation, and conformation of enteric bacteria from specimens such as urine, water, or food which may contain large number of Proteus species as well as potentially pathogenic Gram-positive organisms. Based on these characteristics, Modified HiCrome UTI Agar is suggested for use in place of MacConkey Agar.
Chromogenic medium for detecting and identifying Enterobacteria, Proteus species, and certain potentially pathogenic Gram-positive organisms.1,2
HiCrome is a trademark of HiMedia Laboratories Pvt. Ltd.
The use of traditional versus improved media formulation containing chromogenic substrate is currently an important topic in the field of microbiology. The focus behind such developments was to produ...
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AnalytiX Issue 3
Keywords: Culture media, Diffusion, Electron capture detector, Fermentation, Filtration, Metabolites, Microbiology
Pseudomonas are motile (one or more polar flagella), rod shaped and aerobe Gram-negative bacteria. They are found almost everywhere, in soil, water, plants and animals. In most cases it is not pathog...
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Analytix Volume 2007 Article 5
Keywords: Anaerobic, Biochemistry, Cosmetics, Diagnostic, Fermentation, Glycolysis, Metabolism, Microbiology, Pentose phosphate pathway, Pharmaceutical, Respiratory
2. M. Pezzlo Clin. Microbiol. Reviews 1, 168, (1998)
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