User talk:Andy Maloney/Notebook/Lab Notebook of Andy Maloney/2009/09/21/The chemistry of kinesin and microtubule buffers

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Steve Koch 00:31, 22 September 2009 (EDT): This page looks great! I read a lot of it, and found lots of good advice. One question came to mind: do we have all the correct types of gloves we need? The only thing I thought of is: DMSO; do we need different gloves for that?

Brian Josey 14:29, 22 September 2009 (EDT): This all looks good, and all the information is relevant, and makes perfect sense. I have only two suggestions. It might be a good idea to invest in some good brushes, especially for the graduated cylinder and bottles that we use. We could also use a link here to the chemical sheet that we have under inventory, that way we have a quick access to all of the MSDS.

Steve Koch 01:12, 23 September 2009 (EDT): I agree with Josey. Also, I read some more and want to note: I am worried about heating the casein (until proven that it works fine) (maybe you already proved this, but I wanted to make note of my worry :) )

  • Andy Maloney 00:12, 24 September 2009 (EDT): Noted. I ordered a few brushes of different sizes and shapes today.
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