This version of Glucose broth is formulated without meat extract in order to make Dextrose the single carbohydrate in the medium. It is a liquid culture medium for faster growth since most microorganisms can use Glucose as their energy source. But this medium has the drawback of not being buffered.

BD Difco Dehydrated Culture Media: Buffered Glucose Broth MR-VP Medium (Buffered Glucose Broth); 500g Diagnostic Tests and Clinical Products:Microbiology:Dehydrated Media SM broth (1 liter) 10 g glucose 10 g proteose peptone 1 g yeast extract 1 g MgSO 4 ∗7H 2 O (or 0.5 g MgSO 4) 1.9 g KH 2 PO 4; 0.6 g K 2 HPO 4; Adjust pH to 6.0 - 6.4 with KOH Reference: Sussmann (1966) in Methods in Cell Physiology, Vol. 2. Edited by D. Prescott, Academic Press, NY pp. 397-410. Safety Data Sheet Review Date : 5-Jul-2019 Section 1 - Chemical Product and Company Identification Product Name MR-VP Medium (Glucose Phosphate Broth, Buffered Glucose Broth) Gibco Tryptose Phosphate Broth is a cell culture supplement for BHK-21 cells used for vaccine production. Tryptose Phosphate Broth contains tryptose (an enzymatic hydrolysis of protein), dextrose, sodium chloride and disodium phosphate.Product Use For Research Use Only.

Methyl Red and Voges-Proskauer Test Protocols

Thermo Scientific™ EE Broth (Buffered Glucose Brilliant Green Bile Broth) (Dehydrated) Enrich Enterobacteriaceae in bacteriological examination of foods and animal feed stuffs with this medium. Manufacturer: Thermo Scientific™ CM0317B. View more versions of this product.

Glucose is a sugar that some bacteria can use because of an enzyme that begins the breakdown of this compound. Phenol red glucose (dextrose) broth is thus used to determine whether the microbe can use the sugar glucose for carbon and energy. When many microbes ferment glucose they produce gases, mainly carbon dioxide and hydrogen. These gases

Buffered Glucose Broth (Glucose Phosphate Broth) See MR-VP