Steven received these coral DNA samples today. Here’s his post on Google Plus (stored @ 4C in FTR 213):
Here’s the email from Jose describing the samples:
“Dear Steven, the coral DNA samples were sent today by my student Javier (cc’ed here) to your lab. Here’s an excel attached with info for the samples including concentration and treatment of the coral from which they were extracted (N, nitrogen; NP, nitrogen+phosphorous; C, control).
Please let us know when you get these in the lab so we know all is fine!
Here’s the spreadsheet he sent (renamed for easier identification later on – original file sent was title DNA Qbit readings), uploaded to Google Drive:
Unfortunately, the writing on the casettes that were submitted to DPMG came off during processing (see note on form below). As such, the facility was unable to identify which slides came from which histology blocks. Not sure what we’ll be able to do with these. The box of slides has been stored in FSH 236 with other slide boxes.
Received green abalone (Haliotis fulgens) tissue preserved in ethanol from Fiorenza Micheli (Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University). Samples were stored in the flammables cabinet, center of the top shelf in FSH 240 (see images below).
Received two bags of C.maximum (a vermetid gastropod; a snail) collected in Moorea, French Polynesia, from Anya Brown at the Univ. of Georgia (Craig Osenberg). Bags were labeled and the sample sheet included with the shipment was placed in Bag 1 of 2. Both bags were stored in the flammables cabinet in FSH 240.
Received vials of C.maximum (a vermetid gastropod; a snail) from Craig Osenberg collected in Moorea, French Polynesia. Topped off samples with either 100% ethanol or 70% ethanol )depending on sample requirements specified on vial labels), sealed with Parafilm, and stored in the flammables cabinet in FSH 240.