skpark at GAEBYOK.WONKWANG.AC.KR
Mon Apr 20 19:58:46 EST 1998
Sigma's reagent catalog saids that DEPC, usually used as RNase
inhibitor, is hydrolyzed to ethanol and CO2. Then, how fast does it
hydrolyze? If it works as the inhibitor, I think it must have time for
binding to RNase. And what's the meaning of DEPC water? Does it means
the water that inhibit RNase if I treat, or that has no active RNase?
And how much toxic is it? I appreciated on any reply. Thanks.
Park, Seung Kyu
mailto:skpark at gaebyok.wonkwang.ac.kr
Tel : +82-653-850-6768
Dept. Parasitol., Col. Med., Won Kwang Univ.,
Shinyong-dong, Iksan-si, Korea
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