Microwave techniques?

Fri Mar 17 18:45:34 EST 1995


On Fri, 17 Mar 1995, Eric C. Anderson wrote:

> In article <skboyer.45.000D04E4 at ccgate.dp.beckman.com>,
> skboyer at ccgate.dp.beckman.com (Scott K. Boyer) wrote:
> > Does anyone have any information on molecular biology techniques which use 
> > microwaves.  A colleque of mine had heard of techniques using microwave ovens 
> > to do restriction digests, but we can't find the references.  Also, I seem to 
> > remember something about using microwaves to lyse bacteria for doing minipreps 
> > and also for doing colony blots?  I would appreciate any leads on these 
> > techniques.
> while i have never used them, they seem to be mythical bionet creatures who
> surface occassionally and are seen by only a few people but heard of by
> many.  personally, i wouldn't put too much stock in them.  if they were for
> real and worked very well, they would be published by now, at least in
> biotechniques or something like that.
> eric
> -- 
> eric c. anderson                                
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