Yellow MOPS - why?

Richard P. Grant rgrant at netscape.net
Thu Mar 23 09:41:30 EST 2000


In article <pathos-2303000854500001 at pelli.pathology.pitt.edu>, 
pathos at freerealtime.com (pathos) wrote:

>  Altough the protein could piggyback on a droplet, this is a very
> uncommon event.
> 

Do you have data for that?  Why is everyone so paranoid about aerosols 
if it's so uncommon?  Personal anecdote: I've never autoclaved solutions 
for RNA work.

;-p

> 
> Water directly from the millipore machine is not and should not be
> considered RNase free. 

!  Says who?

I'd like to see data for this, again.

R

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