Automated sequencer which one?

Tom Vink tvink at xs4all.nl
Wed Jun 9 11:55:30 EST 1999


On 5 Jun 1999 18:38:27 -0700, Jannik Helweg-Larsen
<jhelweg at inet.uni2.dk> wrote:

>Although I realize this is an old question, please:
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>Our lab is contemplating buying a new sequencer- probably either ABI 310 or
>Li-cor.
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>Having used Alph Express for direct cy5 sequencing of PCR products some time
>I am bit disappointed with this system and would like to hear if anyone has
>good or bad experience with the Li-cor system or can compare this system to
>the ABI-system?
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>Do Li-cor users actually get 900-1000 bp daily??
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>How do the running costs compare?
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>Our use would be mainly small-scale sequencing, not big genome
>identification.
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>Jannik Helweg-Larsen, MD
>Department of Infectious Diseases
>Hvidovre Hospital, Copenhagen University.
>Denmark.
>e-mail:jhelweg at inet.uni2.dk <mailto:e-mail:jhelweg at inet.uni2.dk>

Take also a look at the Beckman capilary system . It has very low
hands on time and we had it running in a week .

Greetings Tom




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