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LSD-2S & TRYPTAMINE SYNTHESES Media byA. 2 Incubation at 24 degrees C. for 8 to 10 days produces 800 to 1,400 I1g ergotamine per mL from Claviceps purpurea. _ ... _---_ .. ---------------_ .... _-------------------_ .... --_. The following culture media uses mannitol as a carbon source. Mannitol maybe replaced by sucrose or glucose but should be sterilized by running through a Seitz filter. 2 with aqueous ammonia The following culture media for Claviceps purpurea was developed by Amici, Minghetti, Tonolo and Spalla (1964) at SOcieta Farmaceutici Italia.