crackling sequencing gels
txs at po.cwru.edu
Fri May 26 08:01:31 EST 2000
I'm presently running 6% PAGE I. To fix them I mix 55 mL of glacial
acetic acid, 65 mL of methanol, and 880 mL of water. I immerse the gel
in this mixture in a tub for at least 20 minutes. Then, I pour off the
acid/alcohol mixture (first removing the gel from the mixture, the gel
can be a bit loose) and replace it with distilled water, allowing the
gel to soak for at least another 20 minutes. Then, I transfer the gel
to a piece of filter paper and dry the applied gel on a gel dryer.
Hope this answers your original question.
"T. Max M. Soegaard" wrote:
> I use Netscape.
> I was not aware of the problem and I got to responses that were quoted
> o.k. ( I hope they did'nt have any problems with that).
> Now I have changed my preferences and I hope this gets through o.k.
> SO, about the gels..
> Any ideas?
> Robert Hartley wrote:
>> You really should get your news programme fixed. :-)
>> Ar you using Mozilla or Outlook. Both post as html sometimes.
>> In article <392D527F.6FA2E4A at mbio.aau.dk>, "T. Max M. Soegaard"
>> <tmms at mbio.aau.dk> wrote:
>> > <!doctype html public "-//w3c//dtd html 4.0 transitional//en">
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>> > First: thanks for responding (and to you to Anna)
>> > <br>Second:
>> > <br>Ahemm...
>> > <br>(I probably should have looked this up in C.P. or Maniatis
>> > but anyway:) Fixing the gel?
>> > <br>I don't. Hov do you fix the gel, exactly. Acetic acid and
>> > (that sounds like when I used to fix preparations of nuclei to
>> make metaphase
>> > spreads).. What proportions of either do you use? How does
>> one do
>> > that?
>> > <p>-Max
>> > <p>ParentE at dfo-mpo.gc.ca wrote:
>> > <blockquote TYPE=CITE>Hi Max.
>> > <p>What do you use to fix your gel? Acetic acid and methanol, will
>> > that
>> > <br>your gel won't crack. Plain ethanol work as well but your gel
>> > quite a
>> > <br>lot.
>> > <p>hope this helps
>> > <p>Eric Parent
>> > <br>Maurice Lamontagne Institute
>> > <br>Fisheries and Oceans Canada
>> > <br>Invertebrates and Experimental Biology
>> > <br>850 route de la mer, P.O. box. 1000
>> > <br>Mont-Joli, Qc
>> > <br>Canada
>> > <br>G5H 3Z4
>> > <p>parente at dfo-mpo.gc.ca
>> > <br>> <a
>> > <br>>
>> > <br>>
>> > <p>---</blockquote>
>> > </html>
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