theodorn at gusun.georgetown.edu
Thu Jun 10 17:50:00 EST 1999
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s.currie at surgeryrmh.unimelb.edu.au (Scott Currie)
> Hi All,
> I may be a bit behind the times but after breaking my Corex tubes, I
> discovered they are no longer being manufactured. Is this true? But more
> importantly, is there a substitute for these tubes on the market that will
> do the job for RNA precipitation.
> Thanks in advance
> Scott A. Currie
> University of Melbourne
> Department of Surgery
> Western Hospital
> Footscray, Vic. 3011
> Tel: 61-3-9319
> Fax: 61-3-9317
> Email: s.currie at surgeryrmh.unimelb.edu.au
As far as I can tell, they are not being made any more.
I've adapted most of my "Corex" procedures either by
reducing the volume (e.g., isolating RNA from one
60-100 mm plate of cells, I use 0.5-1 ml of GITC
lysis solution, and use 1.5 ml or 2 ml Eppendorf
tubes) or by using disposable plastic (polypropylene,
not poystyrene) conical 15 ml tubes, and spinning
slower and for longer time.
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