what is NP-40?

Michael Cooley szcooley at chip.ucdavis.edu
Fri Dec 2 20:20:13 EST 1994


Philip Heacock (pheacock at utmmg.med.uth.tmc.edu) wrote:
: In article <cga3-011294150740 at 132.236.3.15>, cga3 at cornell.edu (Christopher
: G. Alpha) wrote:

: > In an article in TAG (1993) 86:694-698 they refer to a reagent used in the
: > PCR buffer called NP-40.  Does anyone know what this stuff is?  Please
: > respond here or email me.  Thanx.

: The reagent is nonidet P-40, sigma catalog # N 6507, it is a nonionic detergent.

: -Phil Heacock

I was told that NP-40 was the same as Triton X-100. Is this true?


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