I do not know a commercial source of low phosphate media, but it is easy
to prepare. J. Warner describes the preparation in Methods Enzymol. 194,
423(1991), and he includes references to the original description. Such a
preparation works well for labeling yeast with 32-P phosphate.
Larry D. Barnes
Univ. Texas Health Sci. Ctr.
San Antonio, TX 78284-7760
barnesl at uthscsa.edu
>Dear Yeast Researchers,
>> I would like to radiolabel yeast cells with 32-P phosphate. I have
>seen references to low phosphate media in the literature, but I can't
>seem to find it in the catalogs. I am using YNB in a SR media. Difco says
>that they don't have anything more specific.
>> What are people using for low phosphate media and where can I buy
>> Thank you very much in advance,
>> Jonathan Mazer (jsmazer at ucdavis.edu)