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PNCM

菲律宾国家微生物保藏中心 (PNCM)


介绍


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菲律宾国家微生物保藏中心 (PNCM) 是菲律宾微生物菌株的国家储存库。它的起源可以追溯到拉古纳省菲律宾洛斯巴尼奥斯大学国家分子生物学和生物技术研究所 (BIOTECH) 的微生物菌种保藏中心 (MCC)。 BIOTECH-MCC 是作为内部培养物保藏中心建立的,其主要功能是保存研究所各个项目分离和获得的微生物菌株。多年来,它已发展成为一个服务实验室,以满足对微生物培养和微生物服务的要求,特别是来自学术界、当地社区和工业界的要求。因此,BIOTECH-MCC 扩展为服务实验室,并成为 BIOTECH 微生物菌种收集和服务实验室 (MCCSL)。 1995 年,科学技术部 (DOST) 通过菲律宾先进科学技术研究与发展委员会 (PCASTRD) 提供了为期三年的赠款,用于将 BIOTECH-MCCSL 升级为国家微生物库。将实验室升级为国家储存库的提议包括调查该国现有的培养物保藏中心,并将这些保藏中心组织成菲律宾微生物培养物保藏中心 (PNMCC) 网络。目前,该网络有7个成员,分别是BIOTECH-PNCM、UP自然科学研究所保藏中心、UPLB自然历史博物馆微生物保藏中心、工业技术发展研究所微生物保藏中心、圣都大学Tomas 微生物菌株保藏中心、生态系统研究与发展局内生菌根种质保藏中心和 UNILAB 临床培养物保藏中心。 BIOTECH-MCCSL 已更名为 PNCM,以反映其目前的国家储存库状态。 PNCM 是该国最大的一般普通微生物保藏中心。它使用两种保存方法中的任何一种保存总共超过4000株细菌、酵母、霉菌和藻类:用无菌矿物油覆盖,用甘油超低温保存,液体干燥(L-干燥),无菌保存土壤或水。


服务


  • 保藏: 微生物存放主要放置在我们的一般收集或特殊收集中,如果存放在性质上受到限制。

  • 分发: 我们的细菌、丝状真菌、酵母和藻类培养物分发给不同类型的客户,例如来自行业、学术界、政府机构、学校、高等教育机构等的客户。它们主要以活性形式和安瓿形式释放。

  • 检验: 多项标准测试属于 PNCM 的 ISO/IEC 17025:2005 认证,例如但不限于饮用水和废水、食品的微生物测试和微生物鉴定。

  • 其他: 培训服务: 培养物保藏中心的管理 培养和保存方法 质量控制 鉴定 水分析 活细胞计数 检测分析 抗微生物分析 罐头食品微生物学 致突变性分析(艾姆斯


保藏的微生物或生物材料的类型

  • 细菌

  • 丝状真菌和蘑菇

  • 酵母菌

  • 藻类

联系

    地址


  • 保藏机构名称: 菲律宾国家微生物保藏中心 (PNCM)

  • 机构缩写名称: PNCM-BIOTECH

  • 研究所: 国家分子生物学和生物技术研究所(BIOTECH),菲律宾大学洛斯巴尼奥斯分校

  • 地址: College, Laguna 4031, 菲律宾

  • 电话: +63 536 2884 / +63 536 2721

  • 电子邮件: pncm.uplb@up.edu.ph

  • 网站: https //biotech.uplb.edu.ph/services/philippine-national-collection-of-microorganisms-pncm


  • 联系人
  • 姓名: Rosario G. Monsalud 博士

  • 职位: 科学家Ⅰ

  • 电子邮件: rgm_pncm@yahoo.com / rgmonsalud@up.edu.ph


Philippine National Collection of Microorganisms (PNCM)


Introduction

The Philippine National Collection of Microorganisms (PNCM) is the national repository of microbial strains in the Philippines. It traces its origins to the Microbial Culture Collection (MCC) of the National Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (BIOTECH) at the University of the Philippines Los Baños in Laguna Province. The BIOTECH-MCC was established as an in-house culture collection with the primary function of preserving microbial strains that the various projects of the institute have isolated and acquired. Through the years, it has evolved into a service laboratory in response to requests for microbial cultures and microbiological services particularly from the academe, local communities and industry. Thus, BIOTECH-MCC expanded into a service laboratory and became the BIOTECH Microbial Culture Collection and Service Laboratory (MCCSL). In 1995, the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) through the Philippine Council for Advanced Science and Technology Research and Development (PCASTRD), provided a three-year grant for the upgrading of the BIOTECH-MCCSL into a national repository of microorganisms. The proposal to upgrade the laboratory into a national repository included surveying existing culture collections in the country and organizing these collections into a Philippine Network of Microbial Culture Collections (PNMCC). At present, there are seven members of the network, namely BIOTECH-PNCM, the UP Natural Sciences Research Institute Culture Collections, the Microbial Culture Collection of the Museum of Natural History UPLB, the Industrial Technology Development Institute Microbial Culture Collection, the University of Santo Tomas Collection of Microbial Strains, the Ecosystems Research and Development Bureau Endomycorrhizal Germplasm Collection and the UNILAB Clinical Culture Collection. The BIOTECH-MCCSL has been renamed the PNCM to reflect its present national repository status. The PNCM is the biggest general culture collection in the country. It maintains a total of over 4000 strains of bacteria, yeast, molds and algae that use either of the two preservation methods: overlay with sterile mineral oil, ultra-low temperature storage with glycerol, liquid drying (L-drying), storage in sterile soil or water.


Services


  • Deposit: Microbial deposits are placed mainly in our general collection or special collection, if deposits are restricted in nature.

  • Distribution: Our Bacterial, Filamentous Fungal, Yeast, and Algal cultures are distributed to different types of clients such as those from the industry, academe, government agencies, schools, higher education institutions, among others. They are mainly released in active form and ampoule form.

  • Testing: Several standard tests fall under the PNCM’s ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Accreditation such as but not limited to microbiological testing of drinking and waste water, food and identification of microorganisms.

  • Other: Training Services: Management of a culture collection Culture and preservation methods Quality control Identification Water Analyses Viable Cell Counts Detection Assays Antimicrobial assays Microbiology of Canned Foods Mutagenicity Assay (Ames


Type of microorganisms or biomaterials in collection

  • Bacteria

  • Filamentous fungi and mushrooms

  • Yeasts

  • Algae

Contact

    Address


  • Collection name: Philippine National Collection of Microorganisms (PNCM)

  • Collection name: PNCM-BIOTECH

  • Institute: National Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (BIOTECH), University of the Philippines Los Baños

  • Address: College, Laguna 4031, Philippines

  • Tel: +63 536 2884 / +63 536 2721

  • Email: pncm.uplb@up.edu.ph

  • Website: https://biotech.uplb.edu.ph/services/philippine-national-collection-of-microorganisms-pncm


  • Head of collection
  • Name: Dr. Rosario G. Monsalud

  • Position: Scientist I

  • Email: rgm_pncm@yahoo.com / rgmonsalud@up.edu.ph


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