ligase chain reaction

Geoff Scopes adbio at adbio.demon.co.uk
Mon Mar 10 04:40:36 EST 1997


In article <Pine.OSF.3.95.970309181534.10611A-100000 at saul7.u.washington.
edu>, Nancy Linford <nantzee at u.washington.edu> writes
>I have seen thermostable ligases advertised in various catalogs recently.
>Could someone please send me information/a reference on how this reaction
>works and some of its potential uses?
>thanks!
>Nancy
>
>_______________________________________________________________________________
>Nancy Linford                                  UW Dept of Pharmacology, 357280
>nantzee at u.washington.edu                       f-428       543-8502
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>If you go through a lot of hammers each month, I don't think it 
>necessarily means you're a hard worker.  It may just mean that you have a
>lot to learn about proper hammer maintenance.  
>-- Deep Thoughts, by Jack Handey
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A useful review is:
F. Barany (1991) The Ligase Chain Reaction in a PCR World. PCR Methods
and Applications Vol 1:5-16.

Regards,
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Geoff Scopes,
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