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What is the extent of the effect of Tris on E. coli?
I was a fool and dissolved my antibiotic (Kanamycin) into Tris Buffer rather than H2O. The Kanamycin still seems to be active but a fellow labmate mentioned that Tris messes around with the membrane ...
Jan 10 '13 at 18:37
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