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Stephen R. Lasky srlasky at cellworks.mbt.washington.edu
Fri May 28 15:06:42 EST 1999


Sorry, I meant 175,000 per week, not per day.

srl


"Stephen R. Lasky" wrote:
> 
> How roboticized to you want to be?  Hydra style (alot of human
> intervention) or packard, biomek, multimek style (much less or no human
> intervention)? Although I haven't worked with the highly automated
> version myself, our organization has experience with both of these
> styles.  let me know which way you want to go. If its fully automated
> I'll talk to the people in the know for you (they are doing 175,000
> reactions each day).  If you want the less automated style (say 2000
> reactions per day) I'll answer from my experience (although both groups
> do mostly terminators, we still do about 20% primers for genomic
> sequencing).
> 
> srlasky
> 
> Bruce Eckloff wrote:
> >
> > We are looking into getting a robot to use in big dye primer sequencing. If
> > anyone has any experience with them I would like to here your comments.
> >
> >                 Thanks,
> >                         Bruce
> 
> --
> Stephen R. Lasky, Ph.D.                 #
> University of Washington                #
> Department of Molecular Biotechnology   #
> srlasky at u.washington.edu                #
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