Thermal cyclers for less than $3,000?
graham at biodec.wustl.edu
Wed Jun 5 11:39:04 EST 1996
mcbtayhn at leonis.nus.sg (Tay Hou Ngee Agnes) writes:
>Just to say that I bought an MJ precisely because I needed a less
>expensive cycler and it has broken down once a month every month in past
We bought the smallest MJ and haven't seen a single problem in two
year of daily use. I'm not sure how it compares to the original in
terms of very significant block position temperature variation.
However, it works very well as a substitute for in vivo DNA amplification.
J. Graham PhD
Washington University of St. Louis
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