Centrifuging MO's

Michal White mowhite at netvision.net.il
Sat Apr 13 11:41:29 EST 1996


In Article<4kcd8b$ms9 at isnews.csc.calpoly.edu>, <smccull at jurassic.fisher.calpoly.edu> write:
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> From: smccull at jurassic.fisher.calpoly.edu (Bunny Lover)
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> Subject: Centrifuging MO's
> Date: 9 Apr 1996 01:07:23 GMT
> Organization: Micro Biology, DNA, etc, Cal Poly SLO
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> Hello,
> 
> Does anyone here know of optimal centrifuge forces sufficient NOT to pellet
> bacteria?  I want to "clean up" some samples I have but don't want to
> rid the solution of cells(Salmonella).
> 
> Thanks
> 
> Scott
> (email preferred, but not necessary)
> 
> 
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hi
try just a few hundred Xg for a short time.
Moshe white
mowhite at netvision.net.il




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