tissue homogenization

Scott Coutts scott.coutts at med.monash.edu.au
Wed Aug 20 06:38:28 EST 2003

Hmm... dont know about the BEST way, but you can buy little 'mortar and 
pestle' type things that fit exactly into the bottom of an eppendorf 
tube. We used them a while back for crushing and homogenising individual 
Drosophila flies.

As for the solvent, well, I guess that depends on how you have your 
ELISAs set up.

julie.decock at med.kuleuven.ac.be wrote:
> what is the best method for homogenization of very small 
 > amounts (2-18 mg) of mammary tumor tissue for ELISA and
 > in which solvent should this be done?

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