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75405 Millipore

Orange-serum Agar

for microbiology

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Related Categories Aciduric Bacteria, All Food Control Media (alphabetical), All Solid Media/Agars, Aspergillus, Bacillus,
grade   for microbiology
shelf life   limited shelf life, expiry date on the label
composition   agar, 17 g/L
  casein peptone, 10 g/L
  dipotassium hydrogen phosphate, 3 g/L
  D(+)-glucose, 4 g/L
  orange extract, 5 g/L
  yeast extract, 3 g/L
final pH   5.5±0.2 (25 °C)
Featured Industry   Environmental
Food and Beverages
suitability   selective by low pH for Aciduric Bacteria
  selective by low pH for Aspergillus
  selective by low pH for Bacillus
  selective by low pH for Bacteria (General Media)
  selective by low pH for Candida
  selective by low pH for Lactobacillus
  selective by low pH for Molds and Yeasts (General Media)
  selective by low pH for Penicilliums
  selective by low pH for Saccharomyces

Description

Application

Orange-serum Agar can be used for the isolation, cultivation and enumeration of acid-tolerant spoilage microorganisms in fruit juice and fruit juice concentrates, in particular from citrus fruit, according to Hays, Troy and Beisel.
The prepared agar may be turbid after autoclaving due to orange extract.
Orange-serum Agar has been used to prepare modified orange serum (MOS) as a medium for Hymenoscyphus fraxineus.

Safety & Documentation

Safety Information

RIDADR 
NONH for all modes of transport
WGK Germany 
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Protocols & Articles

Articles

Microbiological Media and Detection

Molecular biology-based methods, like PCR, can be used for lactobacilli detection. However, they are often quite expensive. Sigma-Aldrich provides a revolutionary molecular biology method that is rap...
Chloe McClanahan
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Keywords: Amplification, Anaerobic, Antimicrobials, Magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Molecular biology, Nucleic acid hybridization, Polymerase chain reaction, Reductions

Microbiology Introduction

An initial aim of all microbiologists is the reproducible growth of their microbial cultures, no matter whether the microorganisms are of natural origin or have been genetically engineered by man. Re...
Keywords: Absorption, Aerobic, Anaerobic, Antibiotics, Antimicrobials, Buffers, Culture media, Diffusion, Environmental, Filtration, Genetic, Growth factors, Metabolism, Phase transitions, Precipitation, Reductions, Respiration, Sample preparations, Vitamins

Microbiology Theory: Media Preparation

Microorganisms need nutrients, a source of energy and certain environmental conditions in order to grow and reproduce. In the natural environment, microbes have adapted to the habitats most suitable ...
Keywords: Culture media, Digestions, Environmental, Filtration, Growth factors, Indicators, Microbiology, Phase transitions, Precipitation, Vitamins

Probiotics and Human Health

At the beginning of the 20th century, probiotics were thought to have a beneficial effect to the host by improving the intestinal microbial balance. Through his studies and observations, the Russian ...
Chloe McClanahan
BioFiles Edition 6.2
Keywords: AGE, Absorption, Adhesion, Amplification, Anaerobic, Antimicrobials, Cancer, Carcinogens, Cell proliferation, Chromatography, Coagulation, Detoxification, Diagnostic, Diseases, Enzyme activity, Fermentation, Gas chromatography, Gastrointestinal, High performance liquid chromatography, Inflammation, Magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Metabolism, Metabolites, Molecular biology, Nucleic acid hybridization, PAGE, Pharmaceutical, Phosphorylations, Polymerase chain reaction, Prebiotics, Probiotics, Reductions, Respiratory, Sequencing, Thin layer chromatography, Titrations

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Keywords: Culture media, Filtration, Indicators, Ion-exchange chromatography, Magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Microbiology

Yeasts

Yeast is one of the most important microorganisms known and utilised by mankind. Ancient Middle Eastern civilisations used the organism to bake bread and to produce mead, beer and wine.
Jvo Siegrist
Analytix 2009, 5, 7.
Keywords: Antibiotics, Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay, Fermentation, Molecular biology, Polymerase chain reaction, Reproduction, Vitamins

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