Western blotting

Geronimo user at server.com
Wed Feb 19 13:45:26 EST 2003


The fact is, once you've found and set the right current for your WB
everything's fine.

"Dan Marquez" <dmarquez3 at socal.rr.com> wrote in message
news:xXP4a.129287$x9.29432882 at twister.socal.rr.com...
> You may wish to consider constant power regulation. It is certainly more
> complex, but it can provide you the fastest blots without the risk of
> exceeding voltage or current.
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> A chip such as the LT1618 could be used, but it may be more desirable to
use
> a DAQ board and a program such as LabVIEW or VisualBasic.  Such a system
> would allow you to write a program with incredible flexibility. A well
> written program might allow you to enter current, voltage, and temperature
> limits.  It can even stop or change some behavior when a marker reaches a
> location.
>
> Good luck!  By the way, I am unemployed if anyone needs an inexpensive EE
in
> one's lab!
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> Dan
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