Bailey's Irish Cream
drm21 at mole.bio.cam.ac.uk
Wed Nov 27 10:05:07 EST 1996
In article <57h4ui$h64 at ratatosk.uio.no>, david.martin at biotek.uio.no (Dr.
David Martin) wrote:
>In article <57fg35$1rt4 at ncisun1-nf0.ncifcrf.gov>,
> pnh at ncifcrf.gov (Paul N Hengen) wrote:
>+>I am desperately looking for the reference to using Bailey's Irish
>+>a blocking agent for western blots. I think it was in BioTechniques
>+>1980's, but I cannot find it. Do you happen to know where that
>There is also a reference to using photocopy (Xerographic) paper in
>place of the membrane.. gives reasonable results too from what I
>recall from the paper.
Yeah, wasn't that in Analytical Biochemistry? I even tried it (once) at
the time but wasn't terribly impressed....
I've seen the Bailey's reference too - a neighbouring lab had it posted on
the wall but its been taken down and no-one remembers what the journal
was. Paul, please post it if you do find out!
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