Phycocyanin or Phycobilin determination
COOPER SAGI 6767
sagi at md2.huji.ac.il
Thu Jul 29 07:38:00 EST 1993
In article <2c568540._indotec at indotec.redid.org.do>, "Frank Richardson" <indotec!frichard at redid.org.do> writes...
> Does anyone know a good method for phycobilin or phycocyanin
> The one I know is the Siegelmen and Kycia method (1979) used as
>Let's say I don't want to use bottom samples but surface water instead.
>what modifications should I use?
Be sure that the samples you remove are of the upper layer.
>any comments on this or any other method?
>Frank Richardson indotec!frichard at redid.org.do
The last lab I worked at used phycob or c as a measurement for cell concentr-
tion. It works nicely, but you shouldn't forget that after breaking the cells,
or treating them with lysozime/EDTA, you should sample and add cold aceton to
a final 80% concentration. This will get the blues out of the cells.
(now at) ncology Dept. Hadassah-Hebrew U of Jerusalem University
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