[Yeast] yeast plates with oleic acid

Frank Dixon via yeast%40net.bio.net (by franklymr.d from gmail.com)
Thu Jun 25 12:39:34 EST 2009


I have cultured yeast in wall board, and am running remediation tests.
 If I need to isolate yeast species for  Heat, cold envelope testing.
Or isolate for chemical testing or gel shipping purposes, do you
reccommend particular assay to separate cleanly from solid substrate
and identify?  Currently we are using a modified already batched
saccharomeyes w/ecoli xylose breakdown courtesy of DoD operations here
in Santa Ana, Ca.  You guys are the best! thanks Mr. D

On Tue, Jun 23, 2009 at 12:45 PM, Stephanie
Kaut<stephanie.kaut from uni-konstanz.de> wrote:
> Hello together,
>
>  I want to test some yeast strains for growth on YPAD plates with oleic
> acid.
>  But preparation of the plates seems to be tricky, because oleic acid and
>  the agar don't mix well, and the oleic acid swims on the top of the agar.
>  What can I do to have nice plates?
>
> Best regards,
> Stephanie
>
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