FWD>RE>Preserving yeast str

Henrik Dohlman henrik.dohlman at YALE.EDU
Thu Apr 18 10:26:25 EST 1996

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You might ask people that work with YACs.  I know of at least one lab here that
freezes their cells in microtiter dishes.

Date: 4/17/96 8:02 PM
From: Schekman Lab
In article <3173A226.7E1A at mbp.biosci.missouri.edu>, Steven Nothwehr
<nothwehr at mbp.biosci.missouri.edu> wrote:

> Does anyone know of a quick method to easily preserve hundreds of 
> yeast clones without actually going to the trouble of making 
> independent frozen DMSO (or glycerol) stocks in separate vials?  Could 
> this be done using microtiter (ELISA) plates?  Any suggestions would 
> be appreciated.

Robin Wright published a method in Biotechniques withing the past year
that involves drying down colonies on agar between sheets of cellophane.

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