power supply for submarine gel HELP!
jkropp at dnai.com
Mon Sep 8 12:56:04 EST 1997
In article <5uvoud$k8g$1 at news.doit.wisc.edu>,
klenchin at facstaff.REMOVE_TO_REPLY.wisc.edu (Dima Klenchin) wrote:
> In article
<jkropp-0709971804030001 at dnai-140-174-162-206.dialup.dnai.com>,
jkropp at dnai.com (Jerry Kropp) wrote:
> #In article <340C6CF9.34172C59 at in.text>, "Stan A. Baldwin" <see at in.text>
> #> I am trying to find a cheap little power supply to run small argarose
> #> gels.
> #> Stan
> #> sbaldwin at ee.net
> #I'm at home now, and don't have access to the reference (it is at work),
> #but there was something in Anal.Biochem a few yr ago about fashioning a
> #60V power supply out of an extension cord,
> Yep - all it takes is a simplest AC/DC converter (a single diode). Myself
> and many other people were using just that for years. I would _never_ believe
> anything like that can be published in Anal Biochem, though.
Responding to my own post here...
One of my pals at work did find the ref. It is in Anal. Biochem., Dima:
Kadokami, Y.,et.al., 1984, v.137, pp.156-160.
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