DNA oligo probe sequences for use with Insitu Hybridization.

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Tuesday 8th June, 1993.

To all persons involved with Insitu Hybridization,

At the N.S.W. Institute of Forensic Medicine in Sydney, Australia we are
currently commencing Insitu Hybridization as a routine procedure. My 
colleague and I are not molecular biologists and have had, to say the
least, a little trouble finding the base sequences for the appropriate
oligo probes for use in Insitu Hybridization to demonstrate the following
organisms:

		* HIV
		* Epstein Barr virus
		* Toxoplasma Gondii
		* Cytomegalovirus
		* Bacillus rochalimea
		* Adenoviruses (broad spectrum)
		* Chlamydia pneumonie.

We would require the written base sequences for these probes or information
on where to find them. If we can be of help to anyone in our area of forensic
science we would be only to pleased to help.
Our email address is: morgue at ANGIS.su.oz.au.

Many thanks.
P.Moody & M.Moskvitch.
		
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Tuesday 8th June, 1993.

To all persons involved with Insitu Hybridization,

At the N.S.W. Institute of Forensic Medicine in Sydney, Australia we are
currently commencing Insitu Hybridization as a routine procedure. My 
colleague and I are not molecular biologists and have had, to say the
least, a little trouble finding the base sequences for the appropriate
oligo probes for use in Insitu Hybridization to demonstrate the following
organisms:

		* HIV
		* Epstein Barr virus
		* Toxoplasma Gondii
		* Cytomegalovirus
		* Bacillus rochalimea
		* Adenoviruses (broad spectrum)
		* Chlamydia pneumonie.

We would require the written base sequences for these probes or information
on where to find them. If we can be of help to anyone in our area of forensic
science we would be only to pleased to help.
Our email address is: morgue at ANGIS.su.oz.au.

Many thanks.
P.Moody & M.Moskvitch.
		
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Tuesday 8th June, 1993.

To all persons involved with Insitu Hybridization,

At the N.S.W. Institute of Forensic Medicine in Sydney, Australia we are
currently commencing Insitu Hybridization as a routine procedure. My 
colleague and I are not molecular biologists and have had, to say the
least, a little trouble finding the base sequences for the appropriate
oligo probes for use in Insitu Hybridization to demonstrate the following
organisms:

		* HIV
		* Epstein Barr virus
		* Toxoplasma Gondii
		* Cytomegalovirus
		* Bacillus rochalimea
		* Adenoviruses (broad spectrum)
		* Chlamydia pneumonie.

We would require the written base sequences for these probes or information
on where to find them. If we can be of help to anyone in our area of forensic
science we would be only to pleased to help.
Our email address is: morgue at ANGIS.su.oz.au.

Many thanks.
P.Moody & M.Moskvitch.
		
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Tuesday 8th June, 1993.

To all persons involved with Insitu Hybridization,

At the N.S.W. Institute of Forensic Medicine in Sydney, Australia we are
currently commencing Insitu Hybridization as a routine procedure. My 
colleague and I are not molecular biologists and have had, to say the
least, a little trouble finding the base sequences for the appropriate
oligo probes for use in Insitu Hybridization to demonstrate the following
organisms:

		* HIV
		* Epstein Barr virus
		* Toxoplasma Gondii
		* Cytomegalovirus
		* Bacillus rochalimea
		* Adenoviruses (broad spectrum)
		* Chlamydia pneumonie.

We would require the written base sequences for these probes or information
on where to find them. If we can be of help to anyone in our area of forensic
science we would be only to pleased to help.
Our email address is: morgue at ANGIS.su.oz.au.

Many thanks.
P.Moody & M.Moskvitch.
		
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To all persons involved with Insitu Hybridization,

At the N.S.W. Institute of Forensic Medicine in Sydney, Australia we are
currently commencing Insitu Hybridization as a routine procedure. My 
colleague and I are not molecular biologists and have had, to say the
least, a little trouble finding the base sequences for the appropriate
oligo probes for use in Insitu Hybridization to demonstrate the following
organisms:

		* HIV
		* Epstein Barr virus
		* Toxoplasma Gondii
		* Cytomegalovirus
		* Bacillus rochalimea
		* Adenoviruses (broad spectrum)
		* Chlamydia pneumonie.

We would require the written base sequences for these probes or information
on where to find them. If we can be of help to anyone in our area of forensic
science we would be only to pleased to help.
Our email address is: morgue at ANGIS.su.oz.au.

Many thanks.
P.Moody & M.Moskvitch.
		
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Tuesday 8th June, 1993.

To all persons involved with Insitu Hybridization,

At the N.S.W. Institute of Forensic Medicine in Sydney, Australia we are
currently commencing Insitu Hybridization as a routine procedure. My 
colleague and I are not molecular biologists and have had, to say the
least, a little trouble finding the base sequences for the appropriate
oligo probes for use in Insitu Hybridization to demonstrate the following
organisms:

		* HIV
		* Epstein Barr virus
		* Toxoplasma Gondii
		* Cytomegalovirus
		* Bacillus rochalimea
		* Adenoviruses (broad spectrum)
		* Chlamydia pneumonie.

We would require the written base sequences for these probes or information
on where to find them. If we can be of help to anyone in our area of forensic
science we would be only to pleased to help.
Our email address is: morgue at ANGIS.su.oz.au.

Many thanks.
P.Moody & M.Moskvitch.
		
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Tuesday 8th June, 1993.

To all persons involved with Insitu Hybridization,

At the N.S.W. Institute of Forensic Medicine in Sydney, Australia we are
currently commencing Insitu Hybridization as a routine procedure. My 
colleague and I are not molecular biologists and have had, to say the
least, a little trouble finding the base sequences for the appropriate
oligo probes for use in Insitu Hybridization to demonstrate the following
organisms:

		* HIV
		* Epstein Barr virus
		* Toxoplasma Gondii
		* Cytomegalovirus
		* Bacillus rochalimea
		* Adenoviruses (broad spectrum)
		* Chlamydia pneumonie.

We would require the written base sequences for these probes or information
on where to find them. If we can be of help to anyone in our area of forensic
science we would be only to pleased to help.
Our email address is: morgue at ANGIS.su.oz.au.

Many thanks.
P.Moody & M.Moskvitch.
		
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Tuesday 8th June, 1993.

To all persons involved with Insitu Hybridization,

At the N.S.W. Institute of Forensic Medicine in Sydney, Australia we are
currently commencing Insitu Hybridization as a routine procedure. My 
colleague and I are not molecular biologists and have had, to say the
least, a little trouble finding the base sequences for the appropriate
oligo probes for use in Insitu Hybridization to demonstrate the following
organisms:

		* HIV
		* Epstein Barr virus
		* Toxoplasma Gondii
		* Cytomegalovirus
		* Bacillus rochalimea
		* Adenoviruses (broad spectrum)
		* Chlamydia pneumonie.

We would require the written base sequences for these probes or information
on where to find them. If we can be of help to anyone in our area of forensic
science we would be only to pleased to help.
Our email address is: morgue at ANGIS.su.oz.au.

Many thanks.
P.Moody & M.Moskvitch.
		



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