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385. DESULFOBACTERIUM CATECHOLICUM MEDIUM

Culture medium recipe

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Equipment needed: Autoclave Hungate tubes Filter
# Compound Amount Unit Conc. [g/L] Conc. [mM]
1 Solution A 932 ml - -
2 Solution B 1 ml - -
3 Solution C 20 ml - -
4 Solution D 10 ml - -
5 Solution E 10 ml - -
6 Solution F 10 ml - -
7 Solution G 10 ml - -
8 , may stimulate growth of some strains at the beginning 20 mg 0.02 -
Instructions:
  1. Solution A is sparged with 80% N2 and 20% CO2 gas mixture to reach a pH below 6 (at least 30 min), then distributed under the same gas atmosphere into anoxic Hungate-type tubes or serum vials and autoclaved. Solutions B and G are autoclaved separately under 100% N2 gas.
  2. Solution C is autoclaved under 80% N2 and 20% CO2 gas atmosphere. Solutions D, E and F are prepared under 100% N2 gas and sterilized by filtration. The pyrocatechol stock solution has to be prepared always freshly prior to use. To complete the medium appropriate amounts of the solutions B to G are added to the sterile solution A in the sequence as indicated. Final pH of the medium should be at 6.9 - 7.1.
  3. Note: Addition of 10 - 20 mg sodium dithionite per liter (e.g. from 5%(w/v) solution, freshly prepared under N2 and filter-sterilized) may stimulate growth of some strains at the beginning. For transfers use 10 - 20% inoculum.
# Compound Amount Unit Conc. [g/L] Conc. [mM]
1 3.00 g 3.219 22.661
2 0.20 g 0.215 1.577
3 0.30 g 0.322 6.018
4 7.00 g 7.511 128.515
5 1.30 g 1.395 6.861
6 0.50 g 0.536 7.196
7 0.15 g 0.161 1.095
8 Selenite-tungstate solution 1.00 ml - -
9
(0.1% w/v)
0.50 ml 5.4e-4 0.002
10 930.00 ml 996.065 55289.9
# Compound Amount Unit Conc. [g/L] Conc. [mM]
1 Trace element solution SL-10 1 ml - -
# Compound Amount Unit Conc. [g/L] Conc. [mM]
1 1 g 50 471.752
2 20 ml 998.207 55408.8
# Compound Amount Unit Conc. [g/L] Conc. [mM]
1 0.4 g 40 277.579
2 10.0 ml 998.207 55408.8
# Compound Amount Unit Conc. [g/L] Conc. [mM]
1 0.06 g 6 54.491
2
(1 N )
0.06 ml 7.608 208.664
3 10.00 ml 998.207 55408.8
# Compound Amount Unit Conc. [g/L] Conc. [mM]
1 Vitamin solution 10 ml - -
# Compound Amount Unit Conc. [g/L] Conc. [mM]
1 0.4 g 40 166.54
2 10.0 ml 998.207 55408.8
Solution occurs in 161 other media (first defined in medium 385 )
# Compound Amount Unit Conc. [g/L] Conc. [mM]
1 0.5 g 0.5 12.501
2 3.0 mg 0.003 0.011
3 4.0 mg 0.004 0.012
4 1000.0 ml 998.207 55408.8
Solution occurs in 366 other media (first defined in medium 141 )
# Compound Amount Unit Conc. [g/L] Conc. [mM]
1 2.0 mg 0.002 0.008
2 2.0 mg 0.002 0.005
3 10.0 mg 0.01 0.049
4 5.0 mg 0.005 0.015
5 5.0 mg 0.005 0.013
6 5.0 mg 0.005 0.041
7 5.0 mg 0.005 0.01
8 0.1 mg 1.0e-4 6.3e-5
9 5.0 mg 0.005 0.036
10 5.0 mg 0.005 0.024
11 1000.0 ml 998.207 55408.8
Solution occurs in 239 other media (first defined in medium 320 )
# Compound Amount Unit Conc. [g/L] Conc. [mM]
2
(25%; 7.7 M)
10.0 ml 3.17 86.943
3 1.5 g 1.5 7.545
4 70.0 mg 0.07 0.514
5 100.0 mg 0.1 0.505
6 6.0 mg 0.006 0.097
7 190.0 mg 0.19 0.799
8 2.0 mg 0.002 0.012
9 24.0 mg 0.024 0.101
10 36.0 mg 0.036 0.149
11 990.0 ml 988.225 54854.8
Instructions:
  1. First dissolve FeCl2 in the HCl, then dilute in water, add and dissolve the other salts. Finally make up to 1000.0 ml.

Metadata

Media status: Official DSMZ medium
Source: DSMZ
Taxonomic range:  Bacteria
Medium type: Defined medium
Final pH: 7.1
Equipment needed: Autoclave, Filter, Hungate tubes

Associated strains

All strains for this medium: 1
Strains with modifications: 1

Light

1 strain needs light for growth. Select a strain for more details.

Molecular composition

Compound Conc. [g/L] Conc. [mM]
Distilled water 997.192 55352.4
NaCl 7.049 120.62
Na2SO4 3.021 21.269
MgCl2 x 6 H2O 1.309 6.439
Na2CO3 1.007 9.502
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Cultivation metadata from 1 strains BacDive

phyla 1 1 strain
oxygen anaerobe 1 strain
temperature mesophilic 1 strain

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