nash at nrcbsa.bio.nrc.ca
Wed Dec 1 09:13:40 EST 1993
In article <1993Dec1.104015.1679 at bay.cc.kcl.ac.uk>,
MAHARAJAH <udbs061 at bay.cc.kcl.ac.uk> wrote:
>I too am facing the same problem while sequenceing. When I discussed with
>my seniors they gave me the following tips.
>2. prepare the gel by clamping properly the base of the gel plate and
>see that the pressure of the clamps are evenly distributed.
I had some problems with skewing, so I called up the Gibco/BRL tech.
rep. (since I have a BRL apparatus) and his advice was:
1. Clamp the bottom of the plates if you use a plastic bottom spacer.
2. Don't clamp the bottom of the plates if you don't use a bottom
spacer or else you'll get bad skewing.
John Nash (nash at nrcbsa.bio.nrc.ca)
Institute for Biological Sciences, National Research Council of Canada,
Yet another Aussie-in-exile ;-)
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