Yellow MOPS - why?

Dr. Duncan Clark Duncan at nospam.demon.co.uk
Fri Mar 24 03:58:10 EST 2000


In article <rgrant-16A0C7.14413023032000 at nntp-serv.cam.ac.uk>, Richard
P. Grant <rgrant at netscape.net> writes
>> 
>> 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.

I am sure there have been publications from Millipore in various trade
papers (Nature Product Review possibly Genetic Engineering News etc.
etc.) that showed that Millipore water was RNase free (depending upon
which unit you were using of course). How far you trust them is up to
you. An assay should tell you if your water is good or not.

Duncan 
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