source of blue light

Seth J. Davis sjdavis1 at STUDENTS.WISC.EDU
Mon Nov 17 18:35:34 EST 1997

For bacterial colonies, it works fine.

>This won't work because of blue light reflectance will overrun green
>fluorescence.  You still need an emission filter.
>>I would like to check if anyone has tried to identify colonies of stably
>>transfected mammalian cells by naked-eye examination, using EGFP as a
>>reporter gene. Does anyone know if there is a commercial supplier of a
>>blue-light transilluminator that might be useful for this? Thank you for
>>your attention.
>>J.E. Mejia

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