dbell at qnis.net
Tue Oct 23 18:13:11 EST 2001
You might try buying new reagents
Acrylamide can go bad, as can TEMED and ammonium persulfate
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On Tuesday, October 23, 2001 11:58 AM, user [SMTP:q6252397 at fernuni-hagen.de] wrote:
: Dear all,
: I usually use a 13% acrylamide gel for protein electrophoresis. my samples
: are whole cell extract and a standard.
: Although I changed anything, the samples (and standard) on my last gels were
: running, as they would on a lower percentage gel.
: Has anybody an idea what might be the cause of this?
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