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Milk and milk products. Enumeration of presumptive Escherichia coli content by: (1) most probable number technique; (2) most probable number technique with the use of 4-methylumbelliferyl- beta -D-glucuronide (MUG); (3) colony-count technique at 44 degrees C using membranes



Milk and milk products. Enumeration of presumptive Escherichia coli content by: (1) most probable number technique; (2) most probable number technique with the use of 4-methylumbelliferyl- beta -D-glucuronide (MUG); (3) colony-count technique at 44 degrees C using membranes



International IDF Standard ( 170: 1994): 12 pp.



This provisional standard gives details of the following: definitions; principles; dilution fluids, culture media and reagents; apparatus and glassware; sampling; preparation of test samples; procedures; selection of dilutions; determination, calculation and expression of results; precision; and test reports.

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