dbell at qnis.net
Mon Nov 27 11:41:58 EST 2000
I don't know anything about PEG contamination, but I do know that PAGE gels
can also go bad if your ammonium persulfate and / or TEMED are old. The
symptoms would be slow polymerization and / or a bumpy, jagged surface. A
quick test would be to prepare a gel doubling the amount of AP or TEMED and
see if you get better gels.
> From: Michael Witty <mw132 at mole.bio.cam.ac.uk>
> To: methods at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
> Subject: PEG
> Date: Friday, November 24, 2000 3:21 AM
> I have had the misfortune of having my PAGE gels go bad, presumably due
> a new water supply which we think is contaminated with PEG
> BUT, PEG has no charge (does it?) so how does it make my gels go bad?
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