Non radioactive labelling and detection

Rachel Fernandez fernanrc at uc.edu
Sun Sep 24 22:58:31 EST 1995


"John K. Troyer" <jtroyer at umabnet.ab.umd.edu> wrote:
>On 22 Sep 1995 rcha244 at bay.cc.kcl.ac.uk wrote:
>
>> Im looking for some feedback on peoples experience of commercially 
>> available kits for non radioctive labelling and detection. I'm 
>> about to start using non radioactive methods for the first time and
>> was hoping that somebody can recommend one. If anybody uses home made
>> kits I'd be interested to hear your comments.Thanks for the help.
>
>
>Paul:
>
>I have used the Boehringer Mannheim digoxigenin labeling kit extensively 
>and have been very happy with its performance.   I would give it a strong 
>recommendation.   Happy labeling!
>
>
>Regards,
>
>John
>
>*********************************************
>John K. Troyer, PhD
>University of Maryland School of Medicine
>Department of Biological Chemistry
>(410) 706-7518
>jtroyer at umabnet.ab.umd.edu
>**********************************************

I too recommend the Boehringer Mannheim "Genius" kit. It 
has worked well for me consistently. 

Regards,
Rachel Fernandez
University of Cincinnati
fernanrc at uc.edu




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