Exeter/7 July 2013

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Exeter iGEM 2013 · Paint by Coli

Making standard liquid cultures of our transformed cells

In each 10 ml Falcon, we need:

- 5 ml LB broth

- 5 µl antibiotic (in this case, all of our transformed cells are on the pSB1C3 backbone)

We used a 50 ml conical flask of LB broth which had been autoclaved, and added 50 µl of chloramphenicol to make a "stock" to be pipetted into the Falcon tubes.

We then stabbed the chosen colony with a pipette tip and ejected it into the Falcon tube.

The tubes were incubated overnight in a shaking incubator at 37 °C.

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Exeter iGEM 2013 · Paint by Coli