SpinBind

Oliver S. DePeyer saspeyer at reading.ac.uk
Fri Mar 15 05:34:23 EST 1996


This sounds ideal!
I would be very grateful if Mr Miller or anybody else on this newsgroup 
could give more details of these Supelco filters.

Regards,
		Oliver de Peyer

On Thu, 14 Mar 1996, Charles A Miller wrote:

> 
> I don't know about Spinbind, but a researcher in one of the labs where I work
> uses filters from a company called Supelco that is located in Pennsylvania 
> (in the US). I don't have the phone number available. I used one once and it 
> seemed to work well. You simply excise the band, place it in the filter and 
> spin it in a centrifuge. The DNA and TAE buffer go through the filter, 
> everything else stays at the top (ie the agarose and any enzymes). If you
> are interested, I could find out the phone number when I go back to work..
> 
> Chuck Miller
> oravaxcm at world.std.com
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> In article <Pine.SOL.3.91.960313162508.18590A-100000 at suma3.reading.ac.uk> you wrote:
> 
> : HI, I'm looking for a product that extracts DNA from agarose gel slices a 
> : la GeneKleen, Jetsorb, Wizard etc... the product I'm looking for is called
> : SPINBIND and I think it is - was?- produced by FMC BioProducts - but 
> : their WWW catalogue makes no mention of it.
> 
> : Is SpinBind still available? From who and where? (especially UK suppliers?)
> 
> : Many thanks for all your help in advance,
> : Ta,
> 
> : Oliver de Peyer
> 



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