R: Cell sonication methods
mw132 at mole.bio.cam.ac.uk
Sat Apr 28 10:38:04 EST 2001
are these vascular endothelial cells of plant origin? If so
wouldn't grinding with a little fine sand be better and easier. Possibly
grinding material frozen in liquid nitrogen? Mike.
On Sat, 28 Apr 2001, marietto wrote:
> Dear Ken, I have the same problem but I was told to sonicate from one to X
> times and from few to twenty seconds each time. After that I ought to see an
> aliquot of my sample under a microscope. If I do not see the cells, it means
> that the rupturing has been successful. Don't forget to take a look at an
> aliquot from non-sonicated cells as a control.
> Hope it can help.
> Please reply at
> squinzanetto at libero.it
> squinz at hotmail.com
> Bio-Stress <bio-stress at home.com> wrote in message
> 3ACBD679.DCE76644 at home.com...
> > I'm trying to find some information on rupturing of cells via sonication:
> > how long sonication, how long on ice etc. These are vascular endothelial
> > I know it depends on cell type but I need a starting point on where to
> > begin. After sonication what methods should be used to determine the
> > of the rupturing?
> > Thank you.
> > Ken
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> > Kenneth A. Hoekstra
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> > University of British Columbia
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