microtiterplates for sequencing

bch127 bch127
Tue Aug 8 12:07:52 EST 1995


<U12201 at uicvm.uic.edu> wrote:
>In article <1995Jul31.171504.22159 at newsserver.rrzn.uni-hannover.de>, bmay <ndxdbmay at rrzn.uni-hannover.de> says:
>>
>>I've heard of those microtiterplates for sequencing, but I dont know
>>where to obtain them. Does anybody out there know ?
>
>Is this simply the streptavidin coated ELISA plates?
>KeldS at uic.edu

We get disposable 96-well reaction plates from Becton and Dickinson (who make
Falcon tubes), we also rinse and reuse them ! You can also get smaller strips
from Gibco-BRL (which you can also reuse) but they cost an arm and a leg,
they're OK if you get a free sample though
		Neil Taylor
		University of Aberdeen.
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