|From:||J B |
I agree.As long as the tissue demonstrates your yeast, thats all ya need for a control
"Charles.Embrey" <Charles.Embrey@carle.com> wrote:
Who cares if the tissue spoils a little. You are going to use it as a yeast
control not a placenta control.
From: Laurie Colbert [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, February 04, 2003 1:51 PM
Subject: Making controls
I want to try to make my own fungus control. I had Microbiology introduce a
yeast onto a piece of placenta, but I'm not sure how to proceed now. If I
place the tissue in an incubator to help the yeast grow, the tissue will
rot. If I place the tissue in the refrigerator, the yeast will not grow as
effectively and quickly. Any suggestions??