Friday, 23 February 2007

My Previous Life

Just googlin to see if I have any image credits picked up by google on the big wide internet, and came across a newsgroup message archived, from my previous life as a biochemist:

I am currently doing assays of protein in cell cultures, and am looking for a good method of lysing human and rat cells which are adhered to 96-well plates, before measuring luminescence. Currently using five minute freeze/thaw cycles, but am looking for a better way.

Thanks
Rachael Russell
ESR
Kenepuru Science Centre
New Zealand

http://www.bio.net/bionet/mm/cellbiol/1999-June/010937.html

Wow... I can't remember posting this message, and I can on vaugely remember what I was talking about. I do miss messing about in the lab and getting (barely) paid for it!

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