In article <vvsvetlov-1611950919540001 at tcooper2.utmem.edu>,
vvsvetlov at utmem1.utmem.edu (killer yeast) wrote:
> In article <U55850.20.0013CB1D at uic.edu>, U55850 at uic.edu (Arthur
>> If you start using positively charged nylon you do not need to do anything
> with it except transfer DNA in alkaline conditions - after air-drying it
> would be immobilized.
We use both Magna charge and Hydra bond here, and although it is said that
because of the nature of the membrane, no UV cross linking is necessary, I
usually throw it in the linker just to be safe. I know that there are
folks in the lab who do not, and report no adverse effects. According to
the manufacturer, you should have to nothing outside of letting the blot
dry (i.e., no standing pools of water) after transfer.
Carlyn S. Buckler
Dept of Bio. Sci.
105 Tucker Hall
University of Missouri
Columbia, MO 65211
ckeith at biosci.mbp.missouri.edu