- Tissue and Gel Solubilizer
- Suitable for a Wide Array of
Solusol is a superior solubilizing
agent which may be used with a wide
variety of samples. Solusol accepts
large aqueous samples and
accommodates most animal and plant
tissues and tissue homogenates with
minimal quenching and high
efficiency. Solusol has also been
efficiently used to recover labeled
samples from polyacrylamide gels.
Simply add sample to a glass
scintillation vial with a
nonmetallic cap (pre-wet sample if
tissue is dehydrated). Add Solusol
to sample vial, allow to digest and
then count. An aromatic-based
scintillation solution is
recommended for counting. National
Diagnostics' Soluscint O (Order No.
LS-312) is ideally suited for this
purpose. Occasionally, solvent loss
may occur during digestion and a
turbid solution results upon
addition of the scintillation fluid.
This can be avoided by using a
scintillation solution composed of
90% Soluscint O and 10% Soluscint A.
Storage: Solusol is best stored
tightly capped in the freezer under
Catalog Number: LS-311