Posted by Adrian on 25th Jul 2020
I used it for selection of AMP resistant bacteria.
As far as I can tell it worked well in all case. The is a controversy about heating it or not. I stayed on the safe side where I added it when the solution is under 50 Celsius.
It worked for my purposes quite well.
Posted by Unknown on 20th Apr 2020
Try Thermo, Sigma, Carolina, bio-world - nothing comes close in price for small quantities. It also appears to have done its job in my cultures, which is the more important part. The downside is you'll quickly regret all the money you wasted on reagents elsewhere before finding the-odin.
it's amp, what do you expect?
Posted by Daniel on 18th Jun 2019
It doesn't slice, or dice, or make fries of any verity... It's an antibiotic for selection of bacterial cultures. And it does exactly that.
Excellent price, quality, and service
Posted by Mason Mazzola on 8th Apr 2019
Overall this product is really nice, I was a little worried that it would take two maybe three weeks to ship because within the first week and a half it didn’t ship (I was on a deadline). So I sent an email explaining that I was on a deadline and less than 24 hours later I got an email back saying it was shipped and sorry for the delay (three days later it was delivered). Overall this worked very well for my plasmid selection plus the customer service is spot on, and the Amp came in nice falcon tubes. I plan to buy more from The Odin.
the first thing I got from the odin
Posted by David on 12th Aug 2016
I was actually suspicious because the price is so low compared to everyone else, but it arrived shortly and works perfectly to select my amp resistant bacteria.
Ampicillin (Sodium) for research purposes only.
Normal concentrations for plasmid selection are 100ug / mL. 1 gram makes 10 mL(mililiter) enough for 10 Liters of media.
A 1000x stock is made by adding 100mg per mL of distilled water. Then add 1uL(microliter) stock per mL of culture media.