Study on RNA Isolation

Joan Evans j.evans at scienceboard.net
Fri Mar 27 04:29:22 EST 1998


Next week (March 30, 1998), The Science Advisory Board
(http://www.scienceboard.net) will begin a new study examining
techniques and kits for isolating RNA.  The results of this study will
be used to better understand the strengths and limitations of methods
currently in use, so that more effective procedures can be developed. 
In addition to the normal compensation for regular members, a select
group of participants will receive free RNA isolations kits for their
evaluation and comments.  This is an excellent opportunity for end-users
to help shape the development of new isolation products.

The Science Advisory Board is an online panel of more than 3,100
scientists, physicians and other medical professionals from 64
countries.  The Board convenes electronically to participate in online
surveys and focus groups to voice their opinions on a wide variety of
topics related to new research products and emerging technologies.

If you would like to participate in this, or future studies, please
complete the registration form which can be found at
http://www.scienceboard.net.  Your identity and individual responses are
always held in strict confidence, and participants are compensated for
their time.

Joan Evans
Membership Secretary
The Science Advisory Board
http://www.scienceboard.net



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