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Recoveries of bacteria after drying on cellulose fibres. A method for the routine preservation of bacteria



Recoveries of bacteria after drying on cellulose fibres. A method for the routine preservation of bacteria



Australian Journal of Experimental Biology and Medical Science 40: 1-8



A number of types of organisms has been dried on cellulose fibers, and recoveries have been measured after periods of 3-6 yrs. of storage at room temperature and at 37[degree] C. Mixtures of peptone and glucose and peptone and sorbitol have proved effective preserving agents for desiccates stored at room temperature but ineffective for storage at 37[degree] C. Peptone alone was much more satisfactory than the mixtures at the higher temperature. A method for routine preservation of bacteria is described.

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