[Microbiology] DGGE systems for microbial community analysis - which one is the best?

Else Buenemann via microbio%40net.bio.net (by else.buenemann from ipw.agrl.ethz.ch)
Wed Feb 21 02:45:38 EST 2007


Hi Stephan

I'm currently having the same problem as you... I see that you never got an
answer - did you decide on a system? Do you have first experiences?

thanks

Else




Stephan Bathe wrote:
> 
> I am currently looking into buying a DGGE system for microbial community
> analysis. As I can see it, there are three options: the CBS system which
> may
> be the cheapest, the BioRad DCode system, which is widely used, and the
> Ingeny PhorU system.
> At the moment, I like the Ingeny system, since it seems robust and has the
> option to load more samples than the other two (there are 20-, 32-, and
> 48-well combs available). Disadvantage might be that the gels are sometime
> too big and that the system requires to much buffer.
> 
> Has anyone worked with one or more of these systems (or others I don't
> know
> of) and can give me some hints or opinions?
> Regards and thanks,
> Stephan
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