Bind-Silane and sequencing
rafael at howard.med.utah.edu
Mon Aug 19 12:54:44 EST 1996
On 16 Aug 1996, Jim Hutchins wrote:
> Frank Murphy (f-murphy at uiuc.edu) wrote:
> : Seriously. I don't quite understand the idea of making the gel stick to
> : one plate anyway. It always seems to go to one plate or the other when
> : both plates are silanized
> That's because you don't know of the Bio-Rad sequencing apparatus,
Moreover, once you stick the gel to one plate you can dry it and expose
it on the glass plate, advoiding paper transfer and that expensive
Bio-Rad apparatus. You save in exposing cartridges also.
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