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WSchick at aol.com WSchick at aol.com
Fri Mar 8 09:25:36 EST 1996


 spacers

In a message dated 96-03-07 20:10:53 EST, hroychow at nmsu.edu (HIRANYA
ROYCHOWDHURY) writes:

>Although BioRad has curved out quite a niche for itself, its products 
>dont justify their prices. We recently purchased their complete Sequigen 
>System. After one run the spacers curved out of shape ($60/pair). Now it 
>is struggle to keep them straight while assembling the unit.

Sequencing spacers should last many years--ask for a replacement from
Bio-Rad.  
Alternatively, if you still have problems, ask to return the whole unit!
CBS Scientific makes spacers to fit all sequencers, if you want to keep the
unit and Bio-Rad won't supply fresh spacers.

Walt Schick



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