PCR probes

Mr V. Schoenfeld DOM vs10005 at crc.ac.uk
Fri Apr 15 03:46:02 EST 1994


In response to Martin Leach:

OK, PCR labelling takes longer, but because you don't need to column purify the
product, I find it easier and safer than hexamer labelling. It uses less
label too, which keeps the costs down!

Vince

PS Has anybody tried a capillary PCR machine? It's ace! We've got one
on trial and we just ran a 35 cycles reaction (30 sec ext) in 23 minutes!

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Vincent Schoenfeld
University Department of Medicine
Addenbrooke's Hospital
Cambridge CB2 2QQ, UK

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