Re: [Histonet] digesting soft tissue
NaOH or KOH or bleach, I've used all. Check the fish people on campus
-- this is a routine matter for them.
Mind, using base or bleach creates a pleasant odor your lab mates
will be hanging you for.
>I'm trying to find a good cocktail for non-specific digestion of
>tissue from bone samples--only the mineralized bone needs to be left
>unscathed. I'm looking for a relatively cheap solution that will
>yield nice clean bones. I'm aware of a product from Fisher, but it
>costs about $70/100ml. It seems to me that there must be a simple
>solution that I'm just not aware of (aside from culturing maggots).
>Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
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>Imaging Technology Group
>Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology
>University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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>Urbana, IL 61801
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