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Work with mutant strains of S. pombe at the NCYC has also shown that genetic stability is also very good. If the racking system used holds many cryotubes they will all be exposed to higher temperatures when the racking system is removed from the liquid nitrogen to recover a straw. Care should be taken to minimize this time as much as possible. Work done at the NCYC has suggested that using straws sealed mside cryotubes offers considerable protection against short Cryopreservation of Yeast Cultures 47 exposure to higher temperatures.
K. Appl. Environ. Microbial. 35,84-88. 5. Pearson, B. , Jackman, P. J. , Painting, K. , and Morris, G J. (1990) Stability of genetically manipulated yeasts under different cryopreservation regimes. Ctyo-Lett. 11,205-210. 6. Diller, R. R. and Knox, J. M. (1983) Automated computer-analysis of cell-size changes during cryomicroscope freezing-a biased trident convolution mask technique. Cryo-Lett. 4,77-92. 7. Morris, G. , Coulson G. , and Clarke K. J. (1988) Freezing injury in Saccharomyces cerevisiae-the effect of growth conditions.
Totowa, NJ 31 32 Kawamura et al. 2. Materials 1. Growth medium: YM agar medium (see Notes 1 and 2). Dissolve 3 g yeast extract, 3 g malt extract, 5 g peptone, 10 g glucose, and 20 g agar in 1 L of distilled water (pH not adjusted). Pour 7 mL of YM agar medium (see Note 3) into a test tube, plug with cotton wool, autoclave at 120°C for 15 min, then cool to form an agar slant. 2. Ampules: Tubular glass ampule (see Notes 4-6) (8-mm outer diameter, 15cm long) (see Fig. 1). After washing in detergent, rinse in distilled water and dry.