Best machine for in situ PCR

Dr. Duncan Clark Duncan at nospam.demon.co.uk
Thu Oct 19 03:37:07 EST 2000


In article <39EE1336.E07AD0BA at uidaho.edu>, the eminent Joyce Faler at
Fish Genetics Lab, Aquaculture Research Institute, UI wrote
>PE is licensed for use with PCR.  Hybaid is not licensed for PCR, and is
>therefore cheaper.  You can purchase the license separately, which will put
>you back in the same price range as PE.  I'm not familiar with Eppendorf's
>licensing status.

Both Hybaid and Eppendorf PCR machines are authorised, so they say.

Duncan
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