I've used Geneclean and it is excellent. Can't remember if I have used
On Tue, 26 Jul 1994, Steve Rodems wrote:
> In article <314ev2$ge5 at netnews.upenn.edu>, aaron at netnews.upenn.edu (Aaron
> Pawlyk) wrote:
>> > BIOMETRA at BIOTECHNET.COM wrote:
> > : I would like to get some opinions on the products of Bio 101 such as
> > : Geneclean and Mermaid. Does anyone use their media capsules?
> > : any response will be helpful.
> > : Tony Sanchez
> > I've never used their media capsules, but I have used their nucleic
> > acid products. Geneclean and RNAid are incredible. Get them and use them.
> > Your life will be much easier.
> > They allow you isolate any amount (even very small amounts) of nucleic
> > acids from a solution. It will also remove unincorporated nucleosides.
> > It is very easy to use and will give you products in a very small volume
> > (10-20 uL).
> > -- Aaron
>> I agree! I use GeneClean for every DNA fragment I need to agarose gel
> purify. I use it for very small fragments as well. I've used it for 40bp
> fragments although the yield is pretty low. But, hell, you only need one
> molecule to ligate and transform, right? I routinely use the TBE modifier
> now as well since our lab has 1x TBE buffer made up in a carboy.
> Previously I used to make my own TAE but now I'm too lazy and just use TBE.
> Steve "Some day I will get the hell out of Wisconsin" Rodems
>> "Then I am here for the Lee family renioun ... shur-wajo-shur"