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Tue Oct 22 22:48:56 EST 2002
Philipp Wechner <philipp.wechner at uibk.ac.at> wrote:
>Same protocol here. Use Cells from a culture between OD600= 0.5-0.8. After
>the culture reachted 0.8 the cells are getting worse for electroporation.
All these numbers in all protocols are of dubuous value because
OD600 is spectrophotometer-dependent reading. What spec did
>"Bryan J. Maloney" schrieb:
>> Something that gave success fairly routinely was growth to late log phase
>> in YENB (0.8% Yeast Extract, 0.8% Nutrient Broth, nothing else). Then
>> wash twice in cold water, once in cold 10% glycerol, and resuspend in cold
>> 10% glycerol. Then we froze the cells on powdered dry ice/ethanol, pre-
>> chilling the tubes. One trick was that the cells were remarkably fragile,
>> so we had to spin them very gently when washing.
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