microwaving glycerol--bad idea?
wolfsc at ibms.sinica.edu.tw
Wed Nov 21 20:03:50 EST 2001
prepare a 50% stock in water and have it autoclaved (or filter sterilized).
Less viscosity, less hassle.
> Hello, lately I have taken to heating glycerol in the microwave to make it
> easier to measure into solution (hot = less viscous), and I'd like to know
> whether this is a bad idea. Does the glycerol break down in the microwave?
> Lately I can't seem to bind His-tagged proteins to a nickel column, even though
> the resin bottle is relatively new and it has worked in the past (I use new
> resin each time, by the way). After thinking about it, the method of measuring
> out glycerol is the only change I can think of. Thanks for your help.
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