luminescent blots

txpljfg at UABCVSR.CVSR.UAB.EDU txpljfg at UABCVSR.CVSR.UAB.EDU
Fri Nov 19 15:03:44 EST 1993


I have looked at a few systems for chemoluminescent blots, but found
most of them either assume you are using a large probe (to me, a large
probe is anything larger than a 21bp olionucleotide) or require the use
of substituted oligo.  In the perfect world, there would be such a
system in which one could label any oligonucleotide and get reasonable
sensitivity for most routine blots (eg, is that a blank gel, or is
there PCR product?).

Do you know of such a thing?

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