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Lactose degradation

pathways : Lactose degradation pathways:

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Catalog number Product name Quantity
B588 Litmus Lactose Agar USE For differentiation of lactose fermenting and lactose nonfermenting microorganisms. Qty per Litre of Medium: 29
B588 Litmus Lactose Agar USE : For differentiation of lactose fermenting and lactose nonfermenting microorganisms. 5x500gm
TM 164 LITMUS LACTOSE AGAR (for differentiation of Lactose fermenting and lactose nonfermenting microorganisms) 500 gm
B1139 B.T.B. Lactose Agar, Modified USE : For differentiating lactose positive colonies from lactose-negative colonies especially for Enterobacteriaceae. 5x500gm
B093 Phenol Red Lactose Agar USE : For Lactose fermentation studies of microorganisms 5x500gm
B289I Phenol Red Lactose Broth USE For Lactose fermentation studies of coliforms. Qty per Litre of Medium: 25
TM 757 LACTOSE BROTH (FLUID LACTOSE MEDIUM)(as per EP) (for detection of coliform bacteria in w 100 gm
TM 757 LACTOSE BROTH (FLUID LACTOSE MEDIUM)(as per EP) (for detection of coliform bacteria in w 500 gm
TM 757 LACTOSE BROTH (FLUID LACTOSE MEDIUM)(as per EP) (for detection of coliform bacteria in w 100 gm
TM 757 LACTOSE BROTH (FLUID LACTOSE MEDIUM)(as per EP) (for detection of coliform bacteria in w 500 gm
B093 Phenol Red Lactose Agar USE For Lactose fermentation studies of microorganisms Qty per Litre of Medium: 41
B289 Phenol Red Lactose Broth USE For lactose fermentation studies of microorganisms. Qty per Litre of Medium: 21
B289I Phenol Red Lactose Broth USE : For Lactose fermentation studies of coliforms. 5x500gm
B289 Phenol Red Lactose Broth USE : For lactose fermentation studies of microorganisms. 5x500gm
B857 M17 Agar w_o Lactose USE : For cultivation and isolation of lactic Streptococci unable to ferment lactose. 5x500gm
TM 1123 SOYABEAN CASEIN DIGEST MEDIUM W_ LACTOSE (for cultivation of lactose fermenting and dextros 500 gm
TM 1123 SOYABEAN CASEIN DIGEST MEDIUM W_ LACTOSE (for cultivation of lactose fermenting and dextros 500 gm
B857 M17 Agar w_o Lactose USE For cultivation and isolation of lactic Streptococci unable to ferment lactose. Qty per Litre of Medium: 48,25
TM 321 LACTOSE BROTH (FLUID LACTOSE MEDIUM) (for detection of coliform in water, dairy and food products) 100 gm
TM 1698 MACCONKEY AGAR MEDIUM (as per IP) (for selective isolation and differentiation of lactose fermenting and lactose non ferm 500 gm
TM 349 MACCONKEY AGAR W_O. CV, W_0.15 percent BILE SALTS (for isolation and differentiation of lactose fermenting and lactose nonf 100 gm
B656 Lactose Blue Agar USE For differentiation of lactose fermenting and non_fermenting bacteria belonging to Enterobacteriaceae. Qty per Litre of Medium: 40,54
TM 321 LACTOSE BROTH (FLUID LACTOSE MEDIUM) (for detection of coliform in water, dairy and food products) 500 gm
TM 349 MACCONKEY AGAR W_O. CV, W_0.15 percent BILE SALTS (for isolation and differentiation of lactose fermenting and lactose nonf 100 gm
TM 349 MACCONKEY AGAR W_O. CV, W_0.15 percent BILE SALTS (for isolation and differentiation of lactose fermenting and lactose nonf 500 gm

Pathways :

WP546: Lactose degradation
WP349: Synthesis and Degradation of Ketone Bodies
WP101: Synthesis and Degradation of Ketone Bodies
WP172: m-cresol degradation
WP60: Toluene degradation
WP1633: Bisphenol A degradation
WP841: Proteasome Degradation
WP1646: Ethylbenzene degradation
WP432: Asparagine degradation
WP1134: Synthesis and Degradation of Ketone Bodies
WP181: P-cymene Degradation
WP1451: Valine, leucine and isoleucine degradation
WP2231: Degradation of apoptotic cells
WP99: Glutamate degradation VIII
WP1654: gamma-Hexachlorocyclohexane degradation
WP46: Methionine Degradation
WP1673: Naphthalene and anthracene degradation
WP519: Proteasome Degradation
WP1613: 1,4-Dichlorobenzene degradation
WP281: Proteasome Degradation
WP1623: Atrazine degradation
WP311: Synthesis and Degradation of Ketone Bodies
WP1706: Synthesis and degradation of ketone bodies
WP1717: Valine, leucine and isoleucine degradation
WP573: Phenylalanine Degradation

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[35724516] Synthetic Saccharomyces cerevisiae tolerate and degrade highly pollutant complex hydrocarbon mixture.
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