DIG vs ECL

walling at wmvx.lvs.dupont.com walling at wmvx.lvs.dupont.com
Tue Jul 12 08:56:57 EST 1994


In article <CsHCJp.9wG at netnews.whoi.edu>, markd at mambo.uucp (Mark Dennett) writes:
>Currently I am deciding between the Genius System (Boehringer Manmheim) which uses digoxygenin versus the enhanced chemoluminesence (ECL) system (Amersham). The literature reports about equal sensitivity for these two methods. Has anyone done a comparison between these two labelling systems or others which may help me decide which way to go?
>
>Thank you,
>M. Dennett 
You might also consider DuPont/NEN's Renaissance Western Blot Chemilumin-
escence reagent.  It has the same sensitivity as ECL, but offers a 1-year
shelf life.  All three systems offer comparable sensitivity.
                                        Regards, Mary 



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