Selective killing of

Tod Lorenz tod.lorenz at ghawk.com
Sat Jul 8 21:38:00 EST 1995


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 BH> viding yeast
 BH> Message-ID: <3tjdu5$20j at taco.cc.ncsu.edu>
 BH> Newsgroups: bionet.molbio.yeast
 BH> Organization: North Carolina State University

 > Can somebody suggest a method of selective killing of groowing as
 > opossed too non-dividing yeast cells?

 BH> Here's yet another method using the cell wall inhibitor, Echino-
 BH> candin B.  We haven't used it in our lab for quite a while, but
 BH> here's the reference anyway:
 BH> Mol Gen. Genet. (1982) 186:295-297.

	  ^^^^^Hey you Brew Hunters!!!!!!!^^^^^^^^
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	Man, this sounds an awful lot like that Parks Lab gang to
	me.....probably drinking homebrew in the back labs, morning noon and
	night.........Oh, by the way, Inositol-less death also seems
	to work with ino-  auxotrophs.
	   <Tod---missing the homebrews in the solvent lab>

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