ISO 16266-2:2018 en

Water - Detectie en telling van Pseudomonas aeruginosa - Deel 2: "Meest waarschijnlijke aantal" methode

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Status Definitief
Aantal pagina's 122
Commissie Microbiologische parameters
Gepubliceerd op 01-07-2018
Taal Engels
ISO 16266-2 specifies a method for the enumeration of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in water. The method is based on the growth of target organisms in a liquid medium and calculation of the most probable number (MPN) of organisms by reference to MPN tables. This document is applicable to a range of types of water. For example, hospital waters, drinking water and non‐carbonated bottled waters intended for human consumption, groundwater, swimming pool and spa pool waters including those containing high background counts of heterotrophic bacteria. This document does not apply to carbonated bottled waters, flavoured bottle waters, cooling tower waters or marine waters, for which the method has not been validated. These waters are, therefore, outside the scope of this document. Laboratories can employ the method presented in this document for these matrices by undertaking appropriate validation of performance of this method prior to use. The test is based on a bacterial enzyme detection technology that signals the presence of P. aeruginosa through the hydrolysis of a 7‐amino‐4‐methylcoumarin aminopeptidase substrate present in a special reagent. P. aeruginosa cells rapidly grow and reproduce using the rich supply of amino acids, vitamins and other nutrients present in the reagent. Actively growing strains of P. aeruginosa have an enzyme that cleaves the 7‐amido‐coumarin aminopeptidase substrate releasing a product which fluoresces under ultraviolet (UV) light. The test described in this document provides a confirmed result within 24 h with no requirement for further confirmation of positive wells.


ICS-code 13.060.70
Nederlandse titel Water - Detectie en telling van Pseudomonas aeruginosa - Deel 2: "Meest waarschijnlijke aantal" methode
Engelse titel Water quality - Detection and enumeration of Pseudomonas aeruginosa - Part 2: Most probable number method



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