drying PAGE gels

gch4963 at Msu.oscs.montana.edu gch4963 at Msu.oscs.montana.edu
Wed Sep 21 12:46:26 EST 1994


Eric:

Someone in our lab recently tried drying a gel in a "primitive" way...
and it worked.  You may be interested in trying this, since there's no
risk of shattering your gel with sudden changes in pressure.

Lay the gel on a sheet of cellophane, top with plastic wrap.  Lay the 
gel on the bench on top of a stack of paper towelling, to soak up moisture, 
and pile books on top to keep it flat.  After a few days, it'll be 
dry; and hopefully in one piece.

Carol
Montana State University




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