'real-time PCR': which machine to buy??

Tom Maynard tom_maynard at med.unc.edu
Fri Feb 11 18:52:16 EST 2000


> 
> Has anyone yet managed to demo a Biorad i-Cycler or the Corbett
> Rotagene? If so do they work?

I just called BioRad about the iCycler-- I found out that the cycler is
$8000; the real-time PCR attachment is $37,000; and they "expect to get some
in on the 14th of February".  If anyone actually sees one, I'd love to hear
about it.



--Tom Maynard
  tom_maynard at med.unc.edu




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