Pseudomonas fluorescens in milk

10 vials 1,5 ml

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CRM-PF for use as first line control for the analysis of Pseudomonas fluorescens according to ISO 13720, ISO 11059 and for media control according to ISO 11133. The results can be plotted in the BiosistoChart according to NEN 6603.

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Product Specifications

Additional Information

Name Pseudomonas fluorescens in milk
Product name CRM-PF
Accredited yes
Type Single
Matrix Milk
Concentration Medium
Organism Bacteria
Lifestage Cell
Volume 10 vials 1,5 ml
UN number UN 3373
WDCM number n.a.
NCCB number NCCB 100423
CCUG number n.a.


Introduction to Pseudomonas fluorescens in milk (CRM-PF)

The Certified Reference Material Pseudomonas fluorescens (CRM-PF) in milk matrix contains NCCB 100423 Pseudomonas fluorescens and can be used as first line control of microbial analysis for the enumeration of Pseuodomonas species, validation studies, media control and learning purposes. 

Pseudomonas fluorescens is a Gram-negative, rod shaped bacterium with flagella. This bacterium is commonly found in soil and water, but is also found in contaminated food including dairy and meat products. It is an opportunistic pathogen, able to cause severe airway inflammatory responses.

CRM-PF can be used for different methods, for example:

ISO 13720   Meat and meat products – Enumeration of presumptive Pseudomonas spp

ISO 11059   Milk and milk products – Method for the enumeration of Pseudomonas spp

ISO 11133   Microbiology of food, animal feed and water - Preparation, production, storage and performance testing of culture media

NEN 6603   Environment and food – Internal quality control by the use of control charts with chemical and microbiological analyses

Results from the detection method (present or absent) as well as the results of counts on agar plates can be plotted in the BiosistoChart according to NEN 6603.


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