Northern blotting

Michael J. Tuvin mtuvin at
Sat Jul 22 16:07:40 EST 1995

In article <3ue8nn$f8l at> v115t2vq at writes:
>A straight and simple question:
>Is there any probe better than rRNA/actins in Northern blot for internal 
>Thank you!
>Larry Lu
>Dept. of Biochem. Pharmac.
>SUNY at Buffalo
>V115T2VQ at

Sure. cRNA/GAPDH or cDNA/GAPDH. Glyceraldehyde 3-Phosphate Dehydrogenase is
less abundant and more uniform then actin.
We by our probe from Clontech and very happy with it. 
Michael J. Tuvim 
Research Assistant Professor, Dept.of Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine.
Tel: 713/794-7794(5), FAX: 713/794-7853, e-mail: mtuvin at

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