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breaking down flocculated/aggregated yeast


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#1 machen4567

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Posted 07 May 2009 - 06:28 AM

I've been trying to create a yeast suspension that is monodisperse but cant quite break up all the flocs, so far i have been using water and vibrations to break up the cells. Is there anything i can add to the solution that will aid cell separation but won't effect the cell wall structure?

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Posted 07 May 2009 - 07:04 AM

I've been trying to create a yeast suspension that is monodisperse but cant quite break up all the flocs, so far i have been using water and vibrations to break up the cells. Is there anything i can add to the solution that will aid cell separation but won't effect the cell wall structure?


i have the same problem. anything new yet? :D
My strain background is w303 (k699)




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