What temperature does a PCR reaction boil at?

Nick Theodorakis nicholas_theodorakis at urmc.rochester.edu
Thu May 24 13:08:30 EST 2001

In <43719a17.0105240300.53138ec4 at posting.google.com>, Justin Hopkins wrote:
>"kresten" <no-sp at m.org> wrote in message news:<9eg58s$fio$1 at news.net.uni-c.dk>...
>> Alternatively, use your favorite iron from back home. Works just as well but
>> is somewhat cheaper.
>wow! really? 
>We don't have sealer in this lab, but I miss having one. Could you
>perhaps provide some details on how to do this, eg which brand sealing
>sheets? cotton or wool setting? etc..
>An iron would look great on my bench next to my salad-drier come low
>speed microtitre plate centrifuge!

I remember a couple of years ago _Scientific_American_  ran in their "Amateur
Scientist" (or something like that) column directions on how to make a microfuge
from a blender and a piece of PVC pipe with holes drilled in it.


Nick Theodorakis
nicholas_theodorakis at urmc.rochester.edu


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