pmiguel at pmiguel at
Tue May 4 18:17:34 EST 1993

  A researcher in our lab is attempting to do single chromosome random 
PCR.  Most protocols for this require primers to be ligated on the digested 
DNA of the chromosome after a proteinase K digestion and subsequent 
phenol/chloroform extraction.  
  All of these manipulations of liquids need to be done in a volume of less 
than 100 nanoliters.  The pipetting device we are using seems incapable of
doing this.  
  Can anyone suggest how we can make or purchase such a device?

  Please either post answers or mail them to 


the address in the header is incorrect.

Thanks in advance,

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