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(New page: ==Purpose== * TBS stands for tris-buffered saline and is used in many protocols for washing. Adding of Tween or TritonX100 makes it TBST (people use the name TBST for both, probably it...)
 
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==Purpose==
* [[TBS]] stands for tris-buffered saline and is used in many protocols for washing. Adding of Tween or TritonX100 makes it TBST (people use the name TBST for both, probably it's lab dependent).
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* [[TBS]] stands for tris-buffered saline and is used in many protocols for washing. Adding of the detergent [[Tween 20]] or [[Triton X-100]] makes it TBST (people use the name TBST for both).
  
 
==Recipe==
 
==Recipe==
  
*See [[TBS]]
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* See [[TBS]]
  
[[Category:Materials]][[Category:Buffers]]
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== Safety ==
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[[Category:Material]] [[Category:Buffers]]

Latest revision as of 04:49, 11 December 2012

Purpose

  • TBS stands for tris-buffered saline and is used in many protocols for washing. Adding of the detergent Tween 20 or Triton X-100 makes it TBST (people use the name TBST for both).

Recipe

Safety

  •  ?