In article <2to1ib$dhf at apakabar.cc.columbia.edu>, you wrote:
> Dear Yeaster Buddies,
>> Does anyone out there know where I can order some low-cost frog ponds. Just in
> case people use different terms, frog ponds are used with multi-prong
> inoculators to make yeast patches on plates with cells suspended in liquid
> media. They have wells that correspond to the prongs in the inoculator. Right
> now, we have a metal pond which costed us over $100. I would like to find out
> who sells cheaper ones.
>> Thanks in advance,
>>ger4 at columbia.edu
We call the device a frogger, although when I worked in England my lab
misunderstood me and called it a "fogger" for some time. I had our
in-house shop build me two such "multi-pronged inoculation manifolds",and
made them to fit standard 96 well plastic tissue culture plates.
forsburg at sc2.salk.edu
formerly forsburg at molbiol.ox.ac.uk