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Denhardts solution

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Denhardts solution

a solution commonly used during probe hybridisations that involve filters (such as southern, northern, or western blots).

The solution contains ficoll, bovine serum albumin, polyvinylpyrrolidone, and a high concentration of non-specific dna so the probe will not hybridise non-specifically.