Choosing a PCR machine
david l gillespie
dgill at unm.edu
Tue Aug 22 17:06:33 EST 1995
On 22 Aug 1995, Breuning group account wrote:
> Colin Rasmussen (crasmussen at anat.med.ualberta.ca) wrote:
> : In article <4187os$948 at warp.cris.com>, mhollowa at cris.com wrote:
> : > sabah hussain <shussain at rvhmed.lan.mcgill.ca> wrote:
> : > >Dear netters. I am in the process of buying a thermocycler.
> : >
> : > Whatever you get, get something with a heated bonnet. Not having to use an
> : > overlay is a big benefit.
> : >
We just bought a PE geneamp 2400, which is a 24 tube version of the 9600.
It has new software and is set up better then the 9600. We have been very
pleased with it, and it was $3,400. If you don't need to do a large
number of samples at once, it is a good choice.
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