Ponceau S stain??
ekhatipo at NOSPAMmidway.uchicago.edu
Thu Oct 19 14:52:29 EST 2000
I've also been using Amido black die to stain the membranes after blotting.
Same procedure as for Ponceau (0.1% dye in 1% acetic acid). Amido black is
almost the same sensitive as Coomassie, whereas Ponceau is much less
sensitive (moreover, blue stains are better viewable and easier to make a
good photocopy than red).
"Neal Robert Melvin" <> wrote in message
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> Does anyone have a protocol for staining nitrocellulose membranes?
> What is the approximate sensitivity threshold for Ponceau?
> Can a western always be done after staining with Ponceau?
> Please email me directly as I rarely have newsgroup access...
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