Phosphoimager any experiences?
camdna at ubvmsb.cc.buffalo.edu
Tue Dec 1 13:42:00 EST 1992
In article <ByK74s.6G6 at acsu.buffalo.edu>, pablo at acsu.buffalo.edu (Juan P. Abonia) writes...
>In article <1992Dec1.120555.1 at rsbs0.anu.edu.au> jjw at rsbs0.anu.edu.au ( Jeremy Weinman) writes:
>>We've been using the MD system for over a year now and it is great.
>>In article <SPRENGEL.92Nov28142727 at scan.scan.genetik.uni-koeln.de>, sprengel at scan.genetik.uni-koeln.de (Joerg Sprengel) writes:
>>> Dear Netters,
>>> is there sombody who has experiences exposing autoradiograms (all kind
>>> of blots, sequencing gels, ...) with these machines (ie. trapping the
>>> energy derived from the radiactivity in a phosphor coated plate, and
>>> measuring the luminiscence) ?
>>Yes - we use it for virtually all of our detection applications now.
>>Sequencing gels, Southerns, northerns, 35S protein detection, 14C metabolite
>>analysis etc... It is very sensitive and will save you a lot of time, or
>>even permit experiments that could not be done before. In the "new"
>>configuration the MD machine is now rapid enough to scan and print while you
>>wait. Best is that you only need one exposure as you can set your image
>What is the "new" configuration? Is it updated software for Windows 3.1 or a
>change in the hardware?
>J. Pablo Abonia
>University at Buffalo BITNET: pablo at sunybcs.BITNET
>Roswell Park Cancer Institute Internet: pablo at cs.Buffalo.EDU
Both. Check out the phosphorimager after Thursday!
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