[Arabidopsis] Fungicide alternative to Benomyl

cohen047 cohen047 at UMN.EDU
Tue Sep 13 19:39:18 EST 2005


Since the concentrations are often very low, benomyl that is available as a
reagent might be suitable - it runs about $80/250 mg and is available from
Sigma as well as from ChemService (their price list was a dead link, so I
don't know if they are cheaper).  Hope this helps.  Jerry

On 12 Sep 2005, Zack Nimchuk wrote:
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