Alternatives to EtBr
bruno.removethis.cenni at removethis.insel.ch
Tue Dec 11 06:54:05 EST 2001
This aspect of EtBr has been discussed here every now and then. Although I
am one of those believing that since EtBr does not enter living cells (at
mg/ml conc.) it won't harm living people except if they'd eat grams of it, I
still would like to avoid unnecessary biohazards (and disposal thereof) in
the lab. So if there were a simple, not too expensive alternative, why stick
"Michael Witty" <mw132 at mole.bio.cam.ac.uk> wrote in message
news:Pine.SGI.4.33.0112111001060.4035606-100000 at mole.bio.cam.ac.uk...
> > . . . . We would like to get rid of EtBr for
> > environmental and safety reasons...
> Has anyone ever heard of someone being hurt by EtBr? Mike.
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