Drying sequencing gels
hroychow at NMSU.EDU
Fri Mar 29 11:13:50 EST 1996
Sometimes the little ducts in the dryer get clogged, especially if gels
with urea are dried without a reasonable wash in fixer to remove the
urea. You may try cleaning the dryer unit with hot water.
On 28 Mar 1996, John Rebers wrote:
> We've been having problems lately drying sequencing gels. Even after 2
> hours at 75 degrees C, the gels aren't dry. The same settings, dryer, and
> pump worked reasonably well in the past, and the pump oil was changed
> recently. Any suggestions?
> John Rebers
> Department of Biology
> 1401 Presque Isle Avenues
> Northern Michigan University
> Marquette, MI 49855
> 906-227-1585 (office)
> 906-228-3617 (home)
> 906-227-2013 (FAX)
> e-mail address: jrebers at nmu.edu
> Note: do not send mail to jrebers at pop.mail.nmu.edu -- this may appear in the
> header, but is not my address. Thanks!
Hiranya S. Roychowdhury
Plant Genetic Engineering Lab.
Box 3GL, NM State Univ.
Las Cruces, NM 88003
Phone: (505) 646-5785
hroychow at nmsu.edu
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