Bryant and Burkey Broth with Resazurin (modified by Bergère) is used to enumerate the spores of lactate fermenting Clostridium in milk and dairy products.

Description

Bryant and Burkey Broth with Resazurin (modified by Bergère) is used to enumerate the spores of lactate fermenting Clostridium in milk and dairy products. In particular, it is used to detect Clostridium tyrobutyricum, responsible for the late blowing of cheeses such as gruyère, emmental, gouda, edam, cheddar or parmesan. The phenomenon arises from a high number of spores in the milk used to prepare the cheese. This number depends above all on the type of food given to the animals, since the main source of contamination is silage.

Packaging

Dehydrated medium :
BK141HA – 500 g bottle
BK141GC – 5 kg drum

Connexion

Related Products

TSC (Tryptone-Sulfite-Cycloserine) Agar

Enumeration of Anaerobic Sulfur-Reducing Bacteria and Clostridium Perfringens

TSC Agar is used for the isolation and enumeration of Clostridium perfringens in water and food samples

Learn more
Thioglycollate Medium with Resazurin is used for sterility tests and for the culture of aerobic, anaerobic and microaerophilic bacteria

Thioglycollate Broth With Resazurin

Sterility Tests

Thioglycollate Medium with Resazurin is used for sterility tests of biological products

Learn more
Reinforced Clostridial Medium is a non-selective medium used for the growth and enumeration of spores of total gas producing Clostridia

Reinforced Clostridial Medium

Detection of Clostridia

Reinforced Clostridial Medium is used for the enumeration of spores in dairy products, canned foods, semi-preserved foods and other food products

Learn more
This site is registered on wpml.org as a development site.