In article <54t6pf$4n3 at isnews.csc.calpoly.edu> smccull at jurassic.fisher.calpoly.edu (The Kindly One) writes:
>From: smccull at jurassic.fisher.calpoly.edu (The Kindly One)
>Date: 26 Oct 1996 14:21:35 GMT
>The protocol I'm using calls for ZnCl2 in the micromolar
>range in my induction media(E. coli). I can't find any info
>on what kinds of stock to use, etc. in CP.
>ANy ideas? I initially made a 1M stock but it was cloudy and had
>precipitate on thawing.
>ANy suggestions greatly appreciated,
>** Scott D. McCulloch(Bunny Lover) | If we knew what we were doing,
>** smccull at jurassic.fisher.calpoly.edu | it would not be called
>** BioChemical Effects Research | research, now would it?
>** http://www.calpoly.edu/~smccullo/ |
I have had similar problems with ZnCl2. I use a 100mM stock which does not
exhibit the problems mentioned. You do not need to freeze ZnCl2 solutions,
they are fine at RT.
Molecular Microbiology and Immunology
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