(by jpatrik from dso.org.sg)
Tue Feb 13 19:50:23 EST 2007
What I used (when I was doing cell culturing) was SDS.
I think a 0.5 to 1 % SDS solution should to the trick. Usually there is no need
to change it, just top up with deionized water once in a while.
Quoting Bean Long <ben.long from yourfinger.anu.edu.au>:
> minici.claudia from hsr.it wrote:
> > Almost all laboratories have an incubator with water on the bottom. I
> > am wondering what chemicals are better suited to prevent growth of
> > bacteria, yeast, fungi, etc in it without damaging cells. Thanks!
> > Claudia
> I've heard of people using EDTA to achieve this. It can apparently
> promote corrosion though. Perhaps worth a try?
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