More fade out problems

Tony Major tmajor at why.net
Sat Nov 29 13:05:03 EST 1997

On that second problem, is it actually fading or abruptly disappearing? 
Because we had two of our 377's that were not properly ventilated and
when the laser overheated, the sequence completely blacked out and when
the laser cooled off, it came back on as if 'magically reappearing.'  Is
it every lane?

-Tony Major
Genome Science and Technology Center
UT Southwestern Med. Center
Dallas, TX

Alison Reavley wrote:
> Hi,
> I have followed with interest the problems people have been having with
> 373 and 377 gels, concerning them fading out after a cetrain number of
> base pairs.  Our lab has had the same problems with 377 gels and is trying
> to solve it by acid/alkali washes.  We have now come across another
> problem where our bands fade out in the middle section of the gel after
> about 200 bases then these reappear as if by magic.  Has anyone else seen
> this and maybe already solved it?
> Thanks in advance
> Alison Reavley

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