Sybe Safe as a cell marker

Scott Brown via methods%40net.bio.net (by SBrown from ccia.unsw.edu.au)
Wed Jul 8 16:24:22 EST 2009


Hi all,

This may seem a little random, i know PI can be used with flow, i was wondering if sybr safe or ethidium bromide can be utilised in the same way. The biology is the same, both etbr and sybr safe intercollate withing the DNA, so any advice or theoretical ideas would be much appreciated, or is this idea plagued with errors?

S

Scott Brown
PhD Candidate
Molecular Carcinogenesis Program
Children's Cancer Institute of Australia for Medical Research
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