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.
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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