33P AND GELS

Mike Poidinger skspoidn at uk.ac.rdg.susssys1
Mon Aug 10 13:38:54 EST 1992


WRT comments on 35-S, sticky gels and 33-P

1) I don't think they did mean 32-P. They meant 33-P. 
It's new on the market, supposed to have 5 times the 
strength of 35-S, which is a lot less than 32-P

2)Your gels are sticky because they have not dried fully.
 This is probably due to your drying procedure. Either
 dry for longer, or check your dryer/trap/pump is 
working to the correct efficiency.

Mike "Not a Big Cheese So I Can Post Here" Poidinger
Dept of Microbiology
University of Reading



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