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In my opinion wearing gloves during cell culture is a good idea. It works both ways as a protection: For your cells since you are not loosing small danders from your hand and for you since you are not getting media or chemicals used in cell culture on your skin when you are uncautious. I usually prefer nitrile gloves over latex, since nitrile gloves are ...
Assuming you use latex or nitrile, you're probably good. Nitrile does hold up better than latex in many situations, so if you're worried about it, switch to nitrile. This is a good quick guide to glove materials and their resistance. For some of the applications we do in our clinic/lab, we use thick >6mm nitrile gloves. Your needs all really depend on ...
Sigma gives a solubility of 200 microMole in water containing 2% ethanol. They state: Forskolin is soluble in water (with 2% ethanol) up to 0.2 mM by first dissolving in ethanol at 5 mg/mL and doing subsequent dilutions with water. The datasheet can be found here.
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