CRITERION™ RAPPAPORT-VASSILIADIS (MSRV)
|Cat. no. C6740||CRITERION™ Rappaport-Vassiliadis (MSRV) Medium Base||63.2gm|
|Cat. no. C6741||CRITERION™ Rappaport-Vassiliadis (MSRV) Medium Base||500gm|
|Cat. no. C6742||CRITERION™ Rappaport-Vassiliadis (MSRV) Medium Base||2kg|
|Cat. no. C6743||CRITERION™ Rappaport-Vassiliadis (MSRV) Medium Base||10kg|
|Cat. no. C6744||CRITERION™ Rappaport-Vassiliadis (MSRV) Medium Base||50kg|
Hardy Diagnostics CRITERION™ Rappaport-Vassiliadis (MSRV) Medium Base, with added novobiocin, is used in the detection and isolation of motile Salmonella spp. in feces and food products.
This dehydrated culture medium is a raw material intended to be used in the making of prepared media products, which will require further processing, additional ingredients, or supplements.
Rappaport-Vassiliadis (MSRV) Medium, a modification of Rappaport-Vassiliadis Enrichment Broth, is used for detecting motile Salmonella in feces and food products following pre-enrichment or selective enrichment.(1) This semi-solid medium allows motility to be detected as halos of growth around the original inoculation point. MSRV Medium may be used as a plating medium for isolating Salmonella spp. (other than S. typhi and S. paratyphi type A) from stool specimens with high sensitivity and specificity.(17,18)
This medium is recommended by the European Chocolate Manufacturer's Association. A collaborative study conducted with the support of the American Cocoa Research Institute (ACRI) and the Canadian Chocolate Manufacturer's Association (CCMA) resulted in first action adoption of the MSRV method by AOAC International.(16)
Tryptose and casein hydrolysate are used as carbon and nitrogen sources. A high concentration of magnesium chloride was included to inhibit growth of Proteus and Escherichia coli. Novobiocin and malachite green inhibit organisms other than Salmonella. The combination of the low pH of the medium with novobiocin, malachite green, and magnesium chloride select for highly resistant Salmonella spp.
|Gram weight per liter:||31.6gm/L|
|Casein Acid Hydrolysate||4.59gm|
Final pH 5.2 +/- 0.2 at 25ºC.
* Adjusted and/or supplemented as required to meet performance criteria.
STORAGE AND SHELF LIFE
Store the sealed bottle(s) containing dehydrated culture medium at 2-30ºC. Dehydrated culture medium is very hygroscopic. Keep lid tightly sealed. Protect dehydrated culture media from moisture and light. The dehydrated culture media should be discarded if it is not free-flowing or if the color has changed from its original light blue.
Store the prepared culture media at 2-30ºC.
METHOD OF PREPARATION FOR DEHYDRATED CULTURE MEDIA
1. Suspend 31.6gm of the dehydrated culture media in 1 liter of distilled or deionized water.
2. Heat to boiling and mix to dissolve completely.
3. Do not autoclave.
4. Cool base medium to 45-50ºC.
5. Aseptically add 1ml of a 2% (20mg/L) filter sterilized solution of novobiocin.
6. Mix well and dispense as desired.
PROCEDURE AND INTERPRETATION OF RESULTS
For information on procedures and interpretation of results, consult listed references.
The combination of malachite green, magnesium chloride and a low pH may inhibit certain Salmonella, such as S. typhi and S. cholerasuis.
Salmonella gallinarum is non-motile and does not produce a zone of turbidity.
MATERIALS REQUIRED BUT NOT PROVIDED
Standard microbiological supplies and equipment such as autoclaves, incinerators, incubators, and novobiocin solution, etc., are not provided.
|Test Organisms||Inoculation Method*||Incubation||Results|
ATCC ® 14028
|**||18-24hr||35°C||Aerobic||Growth; positive motility indicated by a halo of >20mm|
ATCC ® 8090
|**||18-24hr||35°C||Aerobic||Partial to complete inhibition; negative motility|
ATCC ® 27853
User Quality Control
** Refer to the Procedure section above.
CRITERION™ Rappaport-Vassiliadis (MSRV) Medium Base powder should appear homogeneous, free-flowing, and light blue in color. The prepared media should appear slightly opalescent, and blue in color.
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