Subject: Are the effects of triton x-100 temporary?
Date: Fri Dec 29 16:04:25 2006
Posted by patty
Grade level: 10-12
School: Syosset High School
City: syosset State/Province: ny
Country: united states
Area of science: Cell Biology
My research project involves the addition of triton x-100 to permeate the
membrane of paramecium in order to diffuse cAMP into them. But won't that
evenutally kill the paramecium if the effects are not temporary. If the
effects are not temporary then a reversal chemical is needed. Is there one
that you may know of? A chemical that will close the membrane?
Re: Are the effects of triton x-100 temporary?
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