NH4Cl - what is it good for?

Wolfgang Schechinger Wolfgang.Schechinger at med.uni-tuebingen.de
Tue Mar 7 09:00:10 EST 2000

No special idea. Just that: NH4Cl could be there for maintaining a 
certain ionic strength (as often NaCl is used). NH4Cl has the 
advantage that it may be "evaporated" (it sublimes) under reduced 
pressure. So you may get rid of it if you don't need it anymore.


> From:          "Eoghan Harrington" <harrined at tcd.ie>
> Subject:       NH4Cl - what is it good for?
> Date:          Mon, 6 Mar 2000 20:15:28 -0000
> Organization:  TCD, Ireland (post does not reflect views of Trinity College)
> To:            methods at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk

> What purpose does NH4Cl serve in DNase-treated solutions.
> Is it that it inhibits another activity of the enzyme?
> I'd appreciate some help with this matter..
> Eoghan
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