Bailey's Irish Creme

David Micklem dmicklem at cmgm.nospam.invalid
Fri Feb 18 00:44:08 EST 2000


In article
<roxanne-walder-160200135021 at dhcp80ff588d.dynamic.uiowa.edu>, Roxanne
Walder <roxanne-walder at uiowa.edu> wrote:

>Does anyone have a protocol which uses Bailey's Irish Creme in the blocking
>solution?

According to Paul Hengen last time this came up (1997):

@article{Elbrecht1987,
author = "A. Elbrecht
     and D. R. Rowley
     and B. W. O'Malley",
title = "Irish Cream Liqueur as a
blocking agent for {DNA} Dot Blots",
journal = "Boehringer Mannheim Biochemica",
volume = "4",
number = "2",
pages = "12-13",
month = "mar",
comment = "Boehringer Mannheim; Bailey's Irish Cream;
O'Darby's Irish Cream; Bert O'Malley (berto at bcm.tmc.edu)",
year = "1987"}

 and it was O'Darby's...

David

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