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Hi again everyone, and thanks for all the previous responses to my growth
We have already tried to assess yeast growth rates using OD600 in TSB
(tryptic soy broth) media. We got rather spurious results, with the OD
jumping all over the place between measurements. What is the appropriate
liquid media to use for Pichia, Candida, and Saccharomyces?
We are worried that our previous dubious results may be due to using the
wrong kind of liquid media.
Once again, any advice on the appropriate media/technique would be greatly
Re: Liquid media?
Saccharomyces and Candida can be well grown in YEPD or any rich media.You can get the recepie just by google YEPD OR YEPG.Generally sacchromyces grows well in those media.
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