Glycerol vs. Glucose in bacterial media
jow at helix.nih.gov
Thu Dec 15 17:03:47 EST 1994
In article <ljlj-1412941803440001 at imm-mac1.bsd.uchicago.edu> Loren
Joseph, ljlj at midway.uchicago.edu writes:
>appear as if glucose has anything to do with induction of the protein.
>it relate to growth rate? Diffusion through the plate? I'll follow the
>instructions but it would be of interest to know the ratonale.
In article <3cptjk$qib at lyra.csx.cam.ac.uk> Robert Solomon,
rgs at mole.bio.cam.ac.uk writes:
>Well, my old boss used to advise against using glucose on the basis of
>its causing acidification of the cytoplasm during growth (potentially
>detrimental to the expressed protein).
I wish I could remember what the Pasteur effect is. All I remember is
that E. coli that has glucose as the carbon source shows it but not cells
grown with glycerol as the carbon source.
A very merry Christmas to anyone who can enlighten me.
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