Wonder if it's better to fix cells with glutaraldehyde
(crosslinking soluble GFP) that formaldehyde.
In the last discussion, many have said that formaldehyde would be
quite suitable, also the clontech manual says that, but someone noted
that soluble GFP (proteins not attached firmly to others?) would
disappear during fixation.
Is glutaraldehyde likely to fix that problem or will it
slef-crosslink GFP and abolish the fluorescence?
Anyone who has tried this out yet?
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