A handy reference sheet describing properties of antibiotics used in molecular biology.
M9 is a minimal, low osmolarity media for E. Coli.
Polylysine solutions are typically used to coat glassware and plasticware for the attachment and growth of cells.
Tris is used to make a basic buffering solution.
Carbonate buffers are a combination of a weak acid and its conjugate salt, relying upon series of reverse reactions to buffer changes in pH.
Tris-buffered saline (TBS) is isotonic, notoxic buffer used in some biochemical techniques that is maintain the pH within a relatively narrow range.
Acid precipitation solutions can be used to precipitate nucleic acids.
A useful reference table for making common acid and base stock solutions.
PMSF is commonly used in protein solublization in order to deactivate proteases from digesting proteins of interest after cell lysis.
Acrylamide solution is used for the creation of polyacrylamide gels in gel electrophoresis techniques, such as western blotting.