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#16 hobglobin

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Posted 09 May 2009 - 09:43 AM

guys, i want to ask additional question, my colleague used autoclave machine to sterile his cloning plate containing media for bacterial culture before he discard it.
any suggestion or advice to avoid leaking, or negative effect? since last time, i asked him is it safe to autoclave media containing plate becos i afraid it will leak and clog the autoclave drainage system.

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There are special (and expensive) autoclave bags available for this.

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Posted 09 May 2009 - 04:31 PM

guys, i want to ask additional question, my colleague used autoclave machine to sterile his cloning plate containing media for bacterial culture before he discard it.
any suggestion or advice to avoid leaking, or negative effect? since last time, i asked him is it safe to autoclave media containing plate becos i afraid it will leak and clog the autoclave drainage system.

tq



There are special (and expensive) autoclave bags available for this.

yes we do,but it still leaving the smell of the media.hooe to overcome this?tq




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