long distance transport of DNAs, mainly vectors and ..

Aawara Chowdhury aawara at FEMA-trailer.org
Sun Feb 26 12:20:05 EST 2006


In <1140972807.574889.28330 at i39g2000cwa.googlegroups.com>,
 ali <atahery at gmail.com> wrote:

> Imagine that you are graduated form the university and you want to go
> back to your country. How do you take your DNAs from the fridge to your
> country(other than dried ICE). regarding to the costumes, that it will
> take long time, is there any prohibition for taking these materials
> with yourself?

As a previous poster suggested, spot them on filter paper.  They transport 
well that way.

One added note of caution.  Plasmids constructed by you remain the property
of the University you're in.  Make sure you obtain a suitable Materials
Transfer Agreement to avoid unnecessary hassles in the future.

AC
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