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Chemically defined media for Pasteurella multocida and Pasteurella ureae, and a comparison of their thiamine requirements with those of Pasteurella haemolytica



Chemically defined media for Pasteurella multocida and Pasteurella ureae, and a comparison of their thiamine requirements with those of Pasteurella haemolytica



Canadian Journal of Microbiology 16(8): 751-757



Chemically defined media supported heavy yields of Pasteurella multocida and moderate yields of P. ureae (P. haemolytica var. ureae). The medium for P. multocida consisted of 17 amino acids, plus inorganic salts, citrate, nicotinamide, pantothenate, thiamine or thiamine monophosphate, adenine, guanine, uracil, and energy source; the medium for P. ureae was the same except that it contained an additional amino acid.

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PMID: 4249479

DOI: 10.1139/m70-128


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