Im ordering chemicals for our In-situ hybridisation experiments. From thoose chemicals SDS is going to be used in the hybridisation buffer.
After asking around a bit on the quality needed here I've got the rather strange response that the quality should be: Normal, without RNAses.
I always thought I needed to take extra precautions in order to have my solutions RNAse free. :S
The question then: Molecular biology grade or "Ultra" grade purity SDS ??
PS. And people associated with the respective companies need not reply
In-situ hybridisation, whats "pure" enough??
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