deide at ua.d.umn.edu
Thu Jan 20 08:32:26 EST 1994
> Does anybody have a reference or information on:
> The highest level of Zinc that Saccharomyces cerevisiae can grow
> comfortably on?
> (I know that it's probably strain-dependent, but a ballpark number
> would be nice)
> How about 100-200 micromalar Zinc concentration on triple amino acid
> (e.g. His-, Trp-, Leu-) dropout plates?
We've found that W303- and S288C-derived strains can tolerate up to 5.0 mM ZnCl2
in YPD plates. As far as SD plates go, I can't say but it is probably close to
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