Origin of SEVAG?

wmelchior at ntet.nctr.fda.gov wmelchior at ntet.nctr.fda.gov
Fri Mar 5 10:27:14 EST 1993


In article <93063.204731TGV at psuvm.psu.edu>, TGV at psuvm.psu.edu writes:
> Why is chloroform:isoamyl alchohol 24:1 (commonly used in nucleic acid
> extraction) referred to as "SEVAG"?  Does anyone know or remember, or
> is the origin of this designation lost to time?

I didn't realize you'd cross-posted.  See the answer in bionet.general.



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