Re: sterilization of instruments

From:Amos Brooks

Hi,
    "Autoclaved DEPC water"? ... Pardon the almost inevitably silly question
but why autoclave the DEPC water?
Amos Brooks

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Subject: Re: sterilization of instruments


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> I had a feeling that is where you were headed with the question. Rnase
Away
> is dissection friendly..... I think we get it from Fisher but not sure.
> Molecular BioProducts www.mbpinc.com we dip, wipe and rinse in
> autoclaved/DEPC water wipe again and you are ready to go and no open
flame.
> Let me know if you need more of a protocol. but it works for us and has
for
> quite some time.
> anita
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>                     Kathleen
>                     Cormier              To:
histonet@pathology.swmed.edu
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instruments
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> Hello!
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> In response to a few replies, we need to sterilize in between samples and
> or animals because we are taking multiple sterile samples for PCR and or
> RNA and or rapid urease, each from the same animal. Disposable instruments
> have been deemed too costly, and moving the "flame" away from the ETOH
> while simple still does not seem to work for some people. Environmental
> Health and Safety would like us to eliminate the open flame if possible.
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> Thanks!!
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> Kathy Cormier
> DCM-MIT
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