bourin at attglobal.net
Wed Sep 20 10:46:11 EST 2000
You could do it your self, I think the formula is on the bottle.
"Houston, Jim" wrote :
> To All:
> Our lab is using a lysing solution produced by Ortho. It comes in a small
> bottle and makes 100ml of solution.
> Ortho has discontinued the item. The product in the bottle is the standard
> Ammonium Chloride reagent. It is handy in the clinical environment in that
> it is easily prepared and comes with the proper QC/Paperwork.
> I am looking for a substitute.
> Any ideas besides making it up from scratch? Is there a like product on the
> market? No fixative.
> All help will be appreciated.
> Jim Houston
> Coordinator, Flow Cyometry and Cell Sorting
> Cell and Gene Therapy, BMT-RES
> St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
> Memphis, TN 38105
> Ph:901-495-2926 or x4155
> E-mail: jim.houston at stjdue.org
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