infor. on PCR machine

mcelverja at phibred.com mcelverja at phibred.com
Wed Aug 2 14:08:44 EST 1995


hfang at darwin.mbb.sfu.ca (Hung Fang) wrote:
>
> Hello there: 
> Our lab. is interested in buying a PCR machine. We'd like to buy one like Biometra's Trio Thermoblock which one can run three different program at the same time. The problem is Biometra's machine are quite expensive, we are wondering whether any other companies making tri-block or twin-block PCR machine. Any information or personal experience on this will be very helpful for us and will be very much appreciated.
> 
Our lab has a Gradient Robocycler, which can be used to sample a
gradient of annealing temperatures at the the same time.  It cost a
bit ($5800) but it is licensed for PCR.
  The gradient is hard to beat, it's worked quite well for me.
John McElver
mcelverja at phibred.com




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