Neal Robert Melvin
nrmelvin at ucalgary.ca
Mon Aug 21 13:58:23 EST 2000
I was wondering if anyone routinely freezes IP samples after the
procedure... say in instances where you've finished the IP, but don't have
time to run it on a gel... I assume this is probably an antigen-dependent
thing, but does anyone have any insights?? Is it best to carry it as far
as denaturing (95 degrees for 5 mins) before freezing?
Please respond via email as I rarely have access to these newsgroups..
Thanks in advance,
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