light cycler

Robert Hartley rh at mblab.gla.ac.uk
Thu Oct 26 17:03:16 EST 2000


In article <FB599DB5ACE2D211887500A0C9D334E44D8874 at TBACRMEXH001>,
WeininS at prose.dpi.qld.gov.au ("Weining, Song") wrote:

> In addition to what Duncan and others suggested, you also need to modified
> the PCR conditions, mainly reducing the time for each steps. Check Roche or
> the agent for why and how. They may supply you the optimisation kit for free
> (I used one from Idaho).
> No affiliation with these two companies.

Check out 
 http://www.idahotech.com/lightcycler_u/index.htm

cheers
Bob: Rainy Scotland
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> Song Weining
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