In article <47bukb$ako at swsu65.swmed.edu>, Mark Walberg
<walberg at simmons.swmed.edu> wrote:
> I haven't tried it, but I sure bet that acridine orange staining would
> work very well. Fluorescence is green for one and orange for the
> other. There is a paper in PNAS about how to do it for RNA vs DNA on
> glyoxal gels for Northern blots from anout 1977.
Here are references for acridine orange staining:
 G. K. McMaster and G. C. Carmichael (1977) Analysis of single- and
double-stranded nucleic acids on polyacrylamide and agarose gels by using
glyoxal and acridine orange. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 74, 48354838.
 G. C. Carmichael and G. K. McMaster (1980) The analysis of nucleic acids
in gels using glyoxal and acridine orange. Methods Enzymol. 65, 380391.
 R. C. Ogden and D. A. Adams (1987) Electrophoresis in agarose and
acrylamide gels. Methods Enzymol. 152, 6187.
Dr.Guy Plunkett III for the E. coli Genome Project
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