DNA / RNA dipsticks

Yves Poumay Yves.Poumay at fundp.ac.be
Tue Jun 18 01:55:52 EST 1996

In Vitrogen makes DNA/RNA dipsticks.

Yves Poumay

In article (Dans l'article) <199606180022.KAA00371 at morgan.angis.su.OZ.AU>,
kanemats at morgan.angis.su.oz.au‚ wrote (écrivait) :

> From: kanemats at angis.su.oz.au (Kanematsu Institute)
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> Subject: DNA/RNA `Dipsticks'
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> Hi Fellow Netters,
> I am trying to find out what company makes DNA/RNA Dipsticks. I remember
> seeing an advert. on these strips of `paper' which you can load DNA/RNA onto
> the paper then (I think) has a colour change or something that indicates the 
> amount of DNA/RNA present in ug. Unfortunately I can't remember who makes
> them. I'd love to hear from anyone that can help. Thanks Cisca.

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