small volume dialysis

Gerry Feldman feldman at a1.cber.fda.gov
Thu Sep 14 17:37:05 EST 1995


In article <ctrambas-1309951228300001 at mg1_56.med.utas.edu.au>,
ctrambas at postoffice.utas.edu.au (Christina Trambas) wrote:

> Does anybody know of an easy and reliable method for dialysis of very
> small volumes? 

We routinely dialyze microlitre volumes prior to iodination by placing the
liquid on top of a millipore membrane, and floating it a buffer of choice
in a petri dish. In fact, we usually mark the membrane, and dialyze
multiple samples concurrently.

Good luck

GM Feldman



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