Re: % Of Methanol Used to Dilute....

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I use 3% H2O2.  Beware that the H2O2 you can buy (at least here in the
states) at the drug store is also 3%, but I don't use this as I've heard it
isn't all that pure.  I prepare it from concentrated 30% reagent grade H2O2.  

Connie M

At 01:20 AM 06/23/2000 +1000, Bruce Abaloz wrote:
>Hi Histonetters, My name is Gratiana & I'm a PhD student @ The Uni. of
Melbourne Australia. My question is what % of methanol that normally used
to dilute Hydrogen peroxidase for Hydrogen peroxide quenching in
immunohistochemistry.  Thankyou very much for your suggestion.
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