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Tryptone is a peptide formed by the digestion of casein (commonly found in milk) by the protease trypsin.
Additional recommended knowledge
Tryptone is commonly used in microbiology to produce Lysogeny broth for the growth of E. coli. It provides a source of amino acids for the growing bacteria.
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