Ampicillin plates

Mad Dan Eccles rpgrant at molbiol.ox.ac.uk
Fri Dec 15 04:00:40 EST 1995


<4a7vmd$837 at news.cais.com>, rover at ns1.livnet.com (Rover) writes:
> 	We pour at the same concentration you do but we cool or LB agar to 65
> deg C and then wait until its cool enough to manipulate with our hands
> before adding the ampicillin. We still experience satellites on our

hmmmmmm
we cool to 55C before pouring. Add Amp (50 mg/ml stock stored at -20C.  Use 
anhydrous, made up in 1 M NaHCO3) and roll bottles to mix.  Then pour.  Nah 
worries, mate.
> 
> --Rover The Mad Molecular Biologist

You think _you're_ mad ? ;-)

Richard
> 
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