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Luria-Bertani, Lysogeny broth
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Lysogeny broth is a classic enriched bacterial growth medium that is used for preparation of plasmid DNA and recombinant proteins, especially in E coli.


Contains: tryptone, yeast extract, and sodium chloride

Preparation Note

Solve 25.0 g in 1 litre distilled water. Autoclave 15 minutes at 121°C.


NONH for all modes of transport

WGK Germany


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