anaerobic salts?

engelbert_buxbaum4 at my-deja.com engelbert_buxbaum4 at my-deja.com
Mon Jan 29 07:05:14 EST 2001


In article <OE4JIzpNcedZhotjCjW00000ea0 at hotmail.com>,
  M_sforvo at hotmail.com ("Marcello Sforvo") wrote:
>  I came across a paper referring to "anaerobic salts" as a mean to
grow  =
> E. coli in anaerobiosis but no further details were given in the Math
& =
> Methods section..
> I never attempted before growing bacteria in anaerobiosis but  growth
in =
> liquid culture with those "anaerobic salts" sounds quick and
inexpensive =

Chemically speaking, you can make solutions oxygen free with strong
reducing agent like hydroquinone or Na metabisulfide. Whether E. coli
would survive such treatment, is another question.


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