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Wheat Peptone


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A210100 – WHEAT PEPTONE

CONTEXT : A certified non-animal peptone, Wheat peptone use microbial enzymes in its production. It remains unconcerned by issues but is considered a mandatory declared allergen according to EU and other directives due to the presence of wheat gluten. Wheat peptone is Kosher DE certified.

APPLICATION : Dominated by lower molecular weight peptides, Wheat peptone finds applications in culture media and in fermentation where it is very clear and stable in solution. It is characterized by a good growth of bacteria such as Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas, as well as yeasts (Saccharomyces).

PRINCIPLE CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS :
Total Nitrogen = 12 ± 1,0%
Amino Nitrogen = 2,5 ± 0,5%
Sulfuric ash ≤ 18%
Chlorides ≤  0,5%
Total sugars < 10%
pH (solution at 5%) = 6,8
Aspect = beige powder
Stability (2% solution) = stable
Solubility in water at 5% = total

AMINO ACID DISTRIBUTION (mg/g):
Aspartic acid : 21
Threonine: 17
Serine: 31
Glutamic acid : 255
Proline: 130
Glycine: 24
Alanine: 19
Cysteine: 10
Valine: 27
Methionine : 24
Isoleucine: 22
Leucine 44
Tyrosine: 22
Phenylalanine: 38
Histidine: 15
Lysine: 11
Arginine: 21
Tryptophan : -






 

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