Looking for a reference.
mkennedy at chmeds.ac.nz
Mon Feb 14 23:33:07 EST 1994
In article <CKvMqu.LCz at cc.umontreal.ca>, coady at ERE.UMontreal.CA (Michael Coady) writes:
> Hi all,
> I was describing one of the many cute little techniques that
> I've read for dialysis of small volumes the other day, and I was
> asked to provide the reference for this one. Naturally, I couldn't
> find it despite looking through the usual suspects (NAR, Analytical
> Biochem and Biotechniques) so I'm wondering if anybody out there
> has seen this method. Basically (if I recall correctly) you punch
> a hole through the top of a 1.5 ml Eppendorf tube and put some
> dialysis tubing across the open mouth of the tube with the sample on
> the tubing, then close the lid which tautens the membrane. You then
> dialyze and spin down the tube at low speed to recover the sample
> in the tube. Thanks to anyone who has the reference for this.
I have the figure from this paper glued in my lab notebook, back in '89.
Unfortunately I only recorded the reference as "Analytical Biochem, late '87".
It is a neat trick, and the author deserves more credit - sorry to be so
vague, but hope it helps you track down the paper.
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