[Histonet] Re: Anybody doing flow cytometry? What does Neat mean?
PMonfils <@t> Lifespan.org
Mon Jan 29 16:29:30 CST 2007
Yep, it means the same thing for antibodies that it means for scotch - undiluted - straight from the bottle.
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> Subject: [Histonet] Re: Anybody doing flow cytometry? What does Neat mean?
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> Hello Histonet Folks!,
> Is anyone out there performing flow cytometry that can tell me what a
> suggested working dilution "Neat" means. I think it is the use of an
> 'undiluted' primary antibody but if someone familiar with this term can
> please confirm that I'd be very appreciative.
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