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dipicolinic acid[dī¦pik·ə¦lin·ik ′as·əd]
C7H5O4N·1½H2O A chelating agent composing 5-15% of the dry weight of bacterial spores.
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The ROSCO KPC/MBL confirm (RKMC) kit contains four disks: meropenem 10 g and meropenem in combination with phenylboronic acid, cloxacillin and dipicolinic acid
. The kit is designed to identify AmpC, MBL and KPC.
All strains displayed synergy in presence of meropenem disks plus dipicolinic acid
, which is indicative of metallo-[beta]-lactamase inhibition (2).
In addition to residual nutrients, there are various functional ingredients such as nattokinase, polyglutamic acid, and dipicolinic acid
in natto after fermentation.