David James Neece dneece at ux5.cso.uiuc.edu
Tue Jan 23 21:26:13 EST 1996

Suppose you're working in the lab with your favorite plasmid clone.  Being a 
slob, you're not wearing gloves and have managed to get a small amount of 
plasmid DNA on the tip of your finger.  As you switch off the lab lights 
to get a better look at that gel, there is a strong discharge of static 
electricity from your finger (w/DNA) to the grounded light switch.  Could 
your finger be _electroporated_ ???

If you are working with a Luciferase vector, check your finger-tips 
tonight and let me know...

Just a thought,

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