Problems with DNA based technology

lili at ee.umn.edu... Li Li lili at ee.umn.edu
Mon Aug 21 21:24:07 EST 1995


On 31 Jul 1995 12:11:00 +0100, 
NAB at LGC.CO.UK  <NAB at LGC.CO.UK> wrote:

>I am conducting a survey to identify the suitability and
>limitations of key DNA based technologies. These include nucleic
>acid extraction methods: yield, purity of product, carryover of
>chemicals which could inhibit subsequent PCR, one tube protocols
>etc. Hybridisation protocols, non-radioactive labelling methods:
>relative sensitivity and probe stability etc. I am also
>interested in problems associated with all forms of PCR
>especially RT-PCR and forensic techniques such as RFLP and STR
>profiling, CAP, AFLP etc. Any problems you have experienced and
>any suggestions would be more than welcome. I,ve got until the 30
>September 1995 so HELP!
>
>
I read your message.  It is interesting.  I have an engineering background
and I am thinking doing some research on biomedical engineering.  The 
initial step is scaling down the DNA sequencing by micromachined 
electronical technology.  Since this is just start.  I hope you can 
exchange some ideas with me.
Li Li
Dept. of electrical engineering
University of Minnesota





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