alkaiser at er7.rutgers.edu
Tue Jan 24 13:20:26 EST 1995
In <mwdst1-2001951425580001 at db.bio.pitt.edu> mwdst1 at pitt.edu (mark damico) writes:
>Yes. Try not to touch anything, including your stock solutions, without
>wearing gloves. You are probably seeing bands that correspond to the
>keratins from your fingers.
I have also heard that skin proteins run in this region. I forget
where I read this but several other people I work with also have heard
the same thing. Be sure to wear gloves when you make any buffer
reagents or prepare the gel itself. Also, don't leave your reagent
containers open for long periods of time (skin doesn't only shed from
your hands :-)).
Hope this helps.
Alan Kaiser alkaiser at eden.rutgers.edu
Graduate Program in Microbiology and Molecular Genetics
Rutgers University New Brunswick,NJ
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