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so many claims for so many kits -- how can we tell what works?

Eric C. Anderson e-anderson at ski.mskcc.org
Mon Dec 11 08:47:05 EST 1995

In article <4a9mo8$8qk at news.bu.edu>, leach at bu.edu (martin LEACH) wrote:

> I have been thinking of doing this for a while....but it would be for
> gratis..and I have no time to spare....
> I would like to put together sites that would detail various protocols for
> transfection, EMSa, footprinting etc....complex protocols that are associated
> with promoter characterisation...again...time is a limiting factor...I have my
> fingers in many pies already...
> We should push for companies to do this sort of thing...since they know a
> number of protocols/optimizations used for their products....
> I've been targetting Promega...telling them they should do this with their 
> Products.... 
FWIW (and i have never really been a huge Promega fan myself), Promega has
put out at least one edition of a protocols guide that is quite good. 
sure, it's not on the 'net yet, but give them time...or just read the
book.  contact Promega for availability information.


Eric C. Anderson
Cell Biology and Genetics
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Sloan-Kettering Institute
1275 York Ave., Box 470
New York, NY  10028
Phone: (212)639-2977
Fax:   (212)717-3298
e-anderson at ski.mskcc.org

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