PCR in ten minutes!

Richard Vogt vogt
Tue Jul 25 10:41:17 EST 1995


Everything your other respondent (Ted M.) says goes for me.  I bought one after
reading discussion in this group last year.  It really is a great multiuser
machine; never did 10 PCR experiments in an afternoon before.  Emphasis on
specificity of reaction, conservation of reagents, and lots of use allowing
lots of experimentation/optimization.  Only real draw back is its a bit
cumbersome to load samples, but the positive features well outweigh this in my
opinion.  Oh yes, one other serious draw back; it seems that half my department
has invaded my lab to use the damn thing...

Richard Vogt
vogt at zebra.biol.sc.edu




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