Chemically Defined Medium for Legionella pneumophila Growth

@inproceedings{MICROBIOLChemicallyDM,
  title={Chemically Defined Medium for Legionella pneumophila Growth},
  author={CIIN. MICROBIOL}
}
  • CIIN. MICROBIOL
21701 " A chemically defined medium containing 18 amino acids, inorganic salts, E rhamnose, choline, and ferric pyrophosphate has been developed. The final concentrations of salts and amino acids were modeled after yeast extract. This medium supported the growth of four serogroups of Legionella pneumophila. Growth in shake cultures at 37°C produced a lag time of approximately 5 h and t a generation time of 4 h with a maximum growth yield of 10' colony-forming-units per ml. A soluble brown… CONTINUE READING

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