Luria Agar Base, Miller

Tryptone, yeast extract, sodium chloride and agar

Lysogeny broth, modified, LA, modified, Luria-Bertani media, modified

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Luria broth/agar (LA), Miller (L1900) is a bacteria growth mixture of sodium chloride (0.5g/L); tryptone (10g/L) yeast extract (5g/L) and agar (15g/L) used to culture members of the Enterobacteriaceae family and for coliphage plaque assays.


250 g in poly bottle
1 kg in poly bottle


Contains: Tryptone, yeast extract, sodium chloride and agar.


Recommended use at 30.5 g per liter.


11 - Combustible Solids

WGK Germany


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Certificate of Analysis

Certificate of Origin

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Pseudomonas putida strain AJ and Ochrobactrum strain TD were isolated from hazardous waste sites based on their ability to use vinyl chloride (VC) as the sole source of carbon and energy under aerobic conditions. Strains AJ and TD also use...
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