Re: Re: [DIYbio] DIY Well Water Kit for Coliform Bacteria


Thank you Brian,


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The substrate X-glucuronide is used for the identification of β- D -glucuronidase, which is characteristic
for E. coli. E. coli cleaves both Salmon-GAL and X-glucuronide so that positive colonies take on a dark-
blue to violet color.

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The substrate X-GLU (5-bromo-4-chloro-3-indolyl-β- D -glucopyranoside) is cleaved, stimulated by selected peptones, by the enzyme β- D -glucosidase which is characteristic for enterococci....


Available at:
goo.gl/KdQLdo

or

http://www.bit.ly/2yrlP52

Best Regards,
Markos

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Assunto: Re: [DIYbio] DIY Well Water Kit for Coliform Bacteria
Data: Sat, 14 Oct 2017 17:18:43 +0100
De: Brian Degger <brian.degger@gmail.com>
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On Sat, Oct 14, 2017 at 1:50 PM, Markos <markos@c2o.pro.br> wrote:
Hi Nathan,

"zipped up in some neurons..." :-)

Very good.

Thanks,
Markos


Em 13-10-2017 20:28, Nathan McCorkle escreveu:
I'd start looking at selective media, MacConkey agar comes to mind first... I'm sure I'll remember some others, but they're zipped up in some neurons that I haven't used in several years.

On Fri, Oct 13, 2017 at 4:38 AM, Markos <markos@c2o.pro.br> wrote:
Hi,

Would anyone know which reagents are used for this test?

http://www.cleanwaterstore.com/test-kit-bacteria.html#item=L1006690&tab=tab1

http://www.cleanwaterstore.com/blog/diy-well-water-test-kits-for-coliform-bacteria/

Thanks,
Markos

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[DIYbio] Re: Open invitation to the start of a DIYbio community in Erlangen, Germany

Hello Christian!

Good luck with your kick-off!
And many greetings from our DIYbio community in Heidelberg!

Best,

Marco

On Wednesday, 18 October 2017 07:40:41 UTC+2, Christian Schulz wrote:

Hi everyone,

 

this goes to everyone living in or around Erlangen in Germany. If you know someone from there please share this news with them:

 

We (Health Hackers e.V. and the local FabLab) would like to kick-off a local DIYbio community here in Erlangen. We start as most communities small with a first gathering and a little bi-weekly tinkering / workshop session. Also, it should start with building DIY lab equipment - thanks to all the amazing people out there who share their work openly. 

 

We welcome everyone who is interested to join us - no matter what current position, status or what so ever. The only thing which actually matters to us is that you bring open-mind, curiosity and passion for biological systems.

 

More information for this event you will find soon on https://fablab.fau.de/diybio/ or https://www.meetup.com/de-DE/HealthhackersER/events/244289472

 

Basic information for our kick-off event - then bi-weekly:

 

Date: 25th of October

Time: 7 pm 

Location: at the local FabLab (Erwin-Rommel-Straße 60 - Room U1.239 - Technological Campus)

 

Cheers

 

Christian & Patrick

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