Broadbean Peptone


CONTEXT:

This peptone is produced via enzyme hydrolysis of broadbean protein. It is a 3N peptone:
1. Non-animal
2. Non-GMO
3. Non-allergen
As such, it is not concerned with most EU directives regarding GMOs or mandatory allergen labelling.

APPLICATION:

Broadbean peptone is characterized by excellent fertility, widespread application and a particularly good results with lactic acid bacteria (Lactobacilli, Streptococci, etc). It can, in many cases, substitute for meat peptones with these bacteria. Typical use in industry is in bacterial growth (biomass in the probiotics industry) or enzyme production. Product is Kosher DE certified. An identical Kosher Pareve Halal reference also available under reference A223100.

PRINCIPLE CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS :
  • Total Nitrogen = 11 ± 1,0%
  • Amino Nitrogen = 2,5 ± 0,5%
  • Sulfuric ash ≤ 13%
  • Chlorides ≤ 0,5%
  • Total sugars < 13%
  • pH (solution at 5%) = 6,9
  • Aspect = beige powder
  • Stability (2% solution) = stable
  • Solubility in water at 5% = total

AMINO ACID DISTRIBUTION (mg/g):
  • Aspartic acid : 73
  • Threonine: 24
  • Serine: 32
  • Glutamic acid : 117
  • Proline: 28
  • Glycine : 26
  • Alanine: 31
  • Cysteine : 6
  • Valine: 29
  • Methionine: 11
  • Isoleucine: 27
  • Leucine: 27
  • Tyrosine: 26
  • Phenylalanine 32
  • Histidine: 17
  • Lysine: 41
  • Arginine: 64
  • Tryptophan: 5

Cell Bio Catalog No.  Description
A220100 Broadbean Peptone

Broadbean Peptone Technical Data SheetMSDS - Broadbean peptone