Azo-Barley Glucan is supplied at 1% w/v. This can be used in an agar plate. It is provided unbuffered but with 0.2% sodium azide as a preservative. Perhaps a concentration in the gel of 0.2% would work fine. If instead, you wished to use AZCL-Beta-Glucan in agar plates, simply suspend the AZCL-Beta-Glucan in the agar solution before pouring (this substrate does not dissolve; it hydrates to give gel particles).
What is the concentration of Azo-Barley glucan as supplied in liquid form? Also, can this substrate be used to make an agar plate pH 7.0–7.2?
Modified on: Wed, 23 Mar, 2016 at 12:47 PM
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