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Old 04-11-2006, 09:45 AM
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Default slide assay with vista green. It's possible?



Dear,
I have a question.
I want to see if in my slides the DNA is locked on surface (polylysina)
immediately after spotting procedure.
My Boss said me that there are some product like "Vista Green" that
allow to see immediately (with scanner) if the DNA are onto slides, and
after I can clean the same slide and perform a normal hybridization
Someone can help me to understand which product I can use and if it's
possible?

thanks,
gberna

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