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N-Z-Amine® EKC

Casein enzymatic hydrolysate, from bovine milk

Synonym: Peptone from casein

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Properties

grade   for molecular biology
sterility   non-sterile
form   powder
pH range   6.4 - 7.2 (2% solution)
storage temp.   room temp
suitability   nonselective for Escherichia coli and Coliforms

Description

Features and Benefits

NZ Amine powder provides:
• Granulated, dust-free format for safer handling and faster mixing
• Easy scale-up using larger package sizes

General description

NZ Amine EKC is derived from the enzymatic digest of casein, often used in culture media. NZ Amine EKC contains a mixture of peptides and amino acids.

Packaging

1 kg in poly bottle

Legal Information

N-Z-Amine is a registered trademark of Kerry Group

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Safety & Documentation

Safety Information

RIDADR 
NONH for all modes of transport
WGK Germany 
3

Documents

Certificate of Analysis

Certificate of Origin

Protocols & Articles

Articles

Introduction to Microbial Media

Microbiological studies require the availability of different species of bacteria, yeast or viruses in the laboratory. Large scale processes such as fermentation, protein and vaccine production requi...
Keywords: Antibiotics, Cellular processes, Cloning, Culture media, Fermentation, Gene expression, Growth factors, Indicators, Molecular biology, Nutrition, Sterilizations, Vitamins, transformation

Protocols

Microbial Growth Protocols

From our library of Protocols, Sigma-Aldrich presents Microbial Growth Protocols
Keywords: Antibiotics

Peer-Reviewed Papers
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