Phosphorescent Ink

Eddie Diehl diehl001 at mc.duke.edu
Wed Jan 17 08:47:39 EST 1996


In article <OSTEROP.67.821790255 at tch.fgg.eur.nl>, OSTEROP at tch.fgg.eur.nl
(A.P.R.M. OSTEROP @ TCH) wrote:

> Hi to everybody,
> 
> I am looking for phosphorescent ink as a replacement for ink spiked with 
> free label to mark my nitrocellulose blots before autoradiography. There is 
> one company (DuPont) who sells a pen containing phosphorescent ink but it 
> costs DFl.1000.- (~$600.-) wich is to expensive for me.
> Does anyone know a company who sells phosphorescent marker pens or just ink 
> wich can be used in autoradiography and is afordable? Please let me know!

You can get paint which will serve this purpose - really - at a fishing
store. Ask for the flourescent paint used for fishing lures. No kidding.

Eddie Diehl
diehl001 at mc.duke.edu



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