Charms (Was: Tracer dyes in agarose gels)

kim at m44.unm.edu kim at m44.unm.edu
Fri Jul 31 13:01:59 EST 1992


In article <1992Jul30.155336.29815 at usenet.ins.cwru.edu>, djt2 at po.CWRU.Edu (Dennis J. Templeton) writes:
>
>In a previous article, themmen at nl.eur.fgg.endov ("Axel P.N. Themmen") says:
>>
>> Yes There is such a dye. It is Orange G (Sigma O 1625). We use it instead
>> of the bromophenolblue and xylene cyanol in Ficoll based loading dye.
>> Works as a charm.
>        ^^
>
>Axel probably doesn't have the (?dis)advantage of hearing people say often:
>"works *like* a charm", but his version is refreshing and maybe more accurate.
>
Or, for those not too young, how many remember the jingle: "Winston tastes good
like a cigarette should"?  and the advertising campaign in which Winston
smokers debated AS vs LIKE?

Daniel Kim
KIM at FLOVAX.LANL.GOV



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