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Experiment-ruining chemicals leach from plastic lab equipment

Posted by keelynet on November 8, 2008

How disturbing! I wonder how many experiments have been given up on or distorted because of this type of unwitting contamination.

“Thousands of scientists could be unwittingly ruining their own experiments merely by using standard plastic lab equipment, according to a new study. Reporting in Science1, Holt and his colleagues show that the plastic tubes they were using were leaching the disinfectant di(2-hydroxyethyl)methyldodecylammonium (DiHEMDA) into water and the lubricant oleamide into methanol and DMSO. “The compounds that leached out of the plastic were remarkably potent inhibitors,” Holt told Nature News. “We were getting variability caused by these leachates that could completely mask the effects of the drugs.” Although some tubes leached almost no contaminants, even brief exposure to some tubes gave concentrations of around 40–50 parts per million of oleamide in DMSO and around 200–350 parts per million DiHEMDA in water. Another researcher in the department found a similar problem, suggesting that leachates from plastic pipette tips, tubes and micro-plates could be affecting the work of thousands of researchers worldwide. “I suspect quite a large number of researchers are going to have their results affected,” says Holt. These contaminants are used during plastics manufacture. “People in any big science department will say that they don’t trust plastic in some experiments,” says Holt. But the identity of the compounds responsible has never been determined before.” – Source

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