Prolific panoply of protocols, practices, and procedures
wolfsc at ibms.sinica.edu.tw
Wed Jun 13 06:53:22 EST 2001
Sorry, there's no way. It's against 2nd law of thermodynamics
and one would have to follow protocols (that's a more serious
argument that the first one). And how would you make sure that
everybody really obeys the rules?
Why do you want to kill creativity and evolution?
... and we had stop our debates about the pros and cons of kits
From: John Musa <sunset_crashpad at yahoo.com>
Subject: Prolific panoply of protocols, practices, and procedures
Date sent: Wed, 13 Jun 2001 00:46:27 -0700
Organization: UCSF, ITS
To: methods at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
> Has anyone written these books yet? Molecular Biology for Dummies or the
> Idiots guide to Laboratory Research. The current protocol bibles
> available just don't cut it on all things leaving me perplexed. I wish
> everyone would just standardize and agree to do things in a common way.
> I'm bewildered...
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