walterh at U.WASHINGTON.EDU
Mon Aug 7 18:41:41 EST 1995
Our lab is contemplating purchasing a Rapidcycler manufactured by Idaho
Technologies, Inc. which promises 30-35 cycles of PCR amplification in
about 10 min.
Any information regarding the performance of this instrument (pluses and
minuses) will be appreciated.
[standard isclaimers apply]
Thanks in advance and I'll post a summary.
walterh at u.washington.edu (primary) (secondary) whill at fdaem.ssw.dhhs.gov
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