Regular power supply for electroporation?
adobrovic at medicine.adelaide.edu.au
Mon Jun 14 19:23:29 EST 1999
Invitrogen used to sell one of these. It moght still be available.
>I'm looking for a gadget which plugs into a regular
>electrophoresis power supply, holds a charge when
>unplugged, and then fits a cuvette for electroporation.
>Has anyone heard of this thing? Any information will be
>University of Massachusetts
>ciufo at rna.micro.umass.edu
Alexander Dobrovic, Ph.D.
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Department of Haematology-Oncology
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