Fluorescent Nucleotide Analogs

Grizzly Adams brownbrd at iastate.edu
Wed Oct 6 14:08:46 EST 1993


In <1993Oct5.211331.10656 at es.dupont.com> ottcr at esvx17.es.dupont.com writes:

>Is anyone interested in trying some new fluorescent 
>nucleotide analogs for fluorescence in situ hybridization, 
>point mutation analysis or genome mapping?  

>DuPont NEN Research Products now has a wide varietry
> of labeled ribo- deoxyribo- and dideoxyribonucleotides 
>labeled with fluorescein, eosin, coumarin, Texas Red, 
>Tetramethylrhodamine and lissamine, including hard-to-find
> analogs to guanosine and deoxyguanosine.  

>If you are interested, call Maurice Kashdan at : 
>                                             DuPont NEN Products 
>                                             Boston MA    (617)-350-9642 

>Or reply to Charly Ott on INTERNET:
>                                              ottcr at esvax.dnet.dupont.com

Maybe I am mis-remembering, but I thought that commercial advertising was not
allowed on this news group.

Eric Anderson









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