physiologigal buffers at pH 2-5?
klenchin at REMOVE_TO_REPLY.facstaff.wisc.edu
Thu Sep 13 19:00:32 EST 2001
In article <20010913145827.19281.qmail at ww02.jatek.com>, mholper at gwdg.de wrote:
>I'd like to do some acid resistance studies on Toxoplasma gondii and would
>need a suitable buffer system that is buffering at around pH 2 to 5 to
>incubate my parasites for 30 min max (room temperature). Of course, this
>buffer would have to be physiological as I don't want to disrupt them right
>away. Any suggestions?
Lots. Phosphate, Citrate, Succinate, Acetate cover your range very nicely.
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