Strong contamination with ethidium bromide

Undergrad via methods%40net.bio.net (by sylvain.bauer from laposte.net)
Fri Jun 8 05:10:37 EST 2007


Have you the reference of this paper ? As you can expected I am very interest
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Jim 3975 wrote:
> 
> 
> To get cancer, 16 years is nothing. People who start smoking at 16 don't
> get 
> lung cancer until 40, 50 years later. (Average age of lung cancer death is 
> ~70)
> Bruce Ames showed in a PNAS paper in the seventies that smoking is more 
> mutagenic than ethidum bromide (using fairly realistic doses of both).
> 
>>"Prof. Piero Sestili" <sestili from uniurb.it> wrote in message 
>>news:mailman.1372.1181135432.5139.methods from net.bio.net...
>>Nothing to do with the past contamination!  Probably few EB molecules
>>penetrated to the germinative layer of your skin and most of it was
>>cleared by corneum.  Just forget it!  16 years ago I noticed an EB stain
>>on my right hand, due to unexpectedly broken gloves: I'm still here,
>>writing with the same hand....
> 
>>For the future simply wear two pairs of lattice gloves when using EB:
>>normal gloves do not protect so much...and go on with your PhD
> 
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