(by aawara from FEMA-trailer.org)
Fri Jun 29 07:18:43 EST 2007
In <1183091644.27862.0 from damia.uk.clara.net>,
ChenHA <hzhen from freeuk.com> wrote:
> Ricardo wrote:
>> Hi, does any one know what the S.O.C (from soc medium)
>> characters stand for???
> No one knows apart from the author of the paper, and he didn't bother to
> say what it is. From what I heard (I think originally from those worked
> with him), SOB is exactly what you expect it to stand for, and SOC is
> just the next one along.
This is from Doug Hanahan - the author of "J. Mol. Biol. 166(4): 557-580",
where SOB was first described.
SOB = super-optimal broth
SOC = SOB with the B changed to C for "catabolite repression", indicative
of the presence of glucose.
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