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Finding Final concentration after dilutionsHi. Ive been trying to figure this out but havent been able to get a concrete way of doing this.
I have a stock solution of 50pg/ml. The stock solution is diluted a number of times: Dilution of stock 0.0001 0.001 0.01 0.1 0.1 0.5 0.5 1 Volume of Diluted stock taken 7.5[µL] 7.5 7.5 7.5 75 75 175 175 *the two lists should be beside each other and the rows should match...each row would basically be a well and a point on a graph* Then a volume of this stock (noted above) is taken in microlitres, added to an ELISA reaction which has a total volume of 200 [µL]. The aim of this question is to make a standard curve blah blah...i dont need help with that. I need help in calc the final concentration for the stock after the Stock has been diluted and taken with the volume indicated. I know I have to use C1 x V1= C2 x V2......C1 is the diluted concentration and V1 is the volume of diluted stock take...right? C2 is what I need and V2 is the 200 [µL]...correct? So its simple algebra. Where I am getting confused is whether or not I should convert the stock 50picograms/ml to 50 picograms/ [µL]....so that all the units are the same...or does that matter? Can i just go.....50pg/ml x 0.0001= C1 and 7.5 [µL] =V1 and go on from there for each one to make my points on the curve? Any help with be great.
I am not sure I understand your question...try to think of each row as a well...
so for the first well... 1.Dilution of the 50 pg/ml stock is 0.0001 and the volume of stock is 7.5 mirolitres 2. dilution of the 50 pg/ml stock is 0.001 and the volume of stock is again 7.5 microlitres ...this is done for each row. I am looking for the C2 for each of those rows.
OK, forget now about some dilutions.
Your original concentration is 50pg/ml in this volume: Volume of Diluted stock taken 7.5[µL] 7.5 7.5 7.5 75 75 175 175 into final volume of 200 ul, right? Than you have to get the same contcentration in first four wells http://www.biolib.cz/en/main/
Cis or trans? That's what matters.
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