how to get rid of ethidium bromide???
Brian M. Shewchuk
bms8 at psu.edu
Thu Mar 28 14:09:45 EST 1996
Arioch <sai at topaz.microbio.uab.edu> wrote:
> how does one get rid of ethidium bromide after it has been in
>contact with skin? what about off of surfaces of instruments? since
>it is a proflavin molecule, my guess is that it is sufficiently
>hydrophobic enough to come off with a detergent (i.e.soap). any
>thoughts on this??
>sai at topaz.microbio.uab.edu
I've found that ethanol works very well. The EtBr is pretty soluble
in it. You could also try Isoamyl alcohol.
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
The Pennsylvania State University
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