Yeast Extract Glucose Chloramphenicol Agar

Agar for the quantitative detection of yeast and mould in beverage industry Inhibition of bacterial flora by adding antibiotics.

Product description

Yeast Extract Glucose Chloramphenicol Agar (pH 6.6 ± 0.2) is a ready-to-use agar for the selective isolation and bacterial count determination of yeasts and moulds. Bacterial growth is suppressed by antibiotics.

YGC Agar meets the recommendations of the international Dairy Federation for the analysis of milk and dairy products. 

Order information

Product nameOrder numberDescriptionContent
Yeast Extract Glucose Chloramphenicol Agar8.43328.244Yeast Extract Glucose
Chloramphenicol Agar
Application: quantitative detection
of yeast and mould
6 x 200 ml

Basic information

pH value Incubation T [°C]Duration (days)
6.6 +/-0.2253-5

Storage and shipping information

Storage temperature T [°C]Shelf life (months)
10-2524

Packaging information

QuantityPackaging
6 x 200 mlGlass bottles in cardboard box

Please contact our distributors or Döhler directly.

LandNameAdressEmailPhone

Africa*

Dematech Pty Ltd.13 Michigan Street
Airport Industria
Capetown 7490
South Africa
info@dematechsa.com+27-(021) 385 04 83
AustraliaDirectus Australia96 Woolwich Rd
Hunters Hill
NSW, 2110
Australia
sales@directus.com.au+61 2 9844 2100
ChinaShanghai Sunny Biological Science
and Technology Co.Ltd

Room 1706
No.1619 Dalian road
Hongkou District
Shanghai
China
Zip: 200086

yanhqx@sina.com+86 021 55884753
+86 135 24671568
New ZealandDirectus New ZealandSuite 2, Level 1, Heards
168 Parnell Road
Auckland, 1052
New Zealand
sales@directus.co.nz+64 9 309 7783
USAWeber Scientific2732 Kuser Road
Hamilton, NJ, 08691
USA
info@weberscientific.com+1 800 328 8378
rest of worldDöhler GmbH

Riedstraße 7-9
64295 Darmstadt
Germany

dmd@doehler.com+49 (0)6151/306-0

*excl.: Libya, Sudan, Morocco, Mauritania, Western Sahara, Tunisia, Egypt, Algeria

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