Taq Polymerase source
Richard P Grant
rgrant at see.sig.for.address
Tue Nov 4 09:42:22 EST 1997
Harry Witchel (Harry.Witchel at Bristol.ac.Uk) wrote:
: Right now Promega is having a ridiculously inexpensive sale of their
: unlicensed Taq; the sale will likely end when the Roche lawsuit against
: them is decided. No affiliations, etc.
As far as I understand, it's only unlicensed for use in the PCR. So you
could do other things with it. When do cycling reactions become PCR?
What about cycle sequencing? Mutagenesis? How tight is the patent?
Richard P. Grant MA DPhil University of Oxford | rgrant at molbiol
http://www.molbiol.ox.ac.uk/~rgrant FFPGP | ox ac uk
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