Amino Acid Analysis
Peter J. Neame
pneame at com1.med.usf.edu
Thu Sep 22 09:51:06 EST 1994
Lisa Bibbs (lisa at scripps.edu) wrote:
: 1. As a user of a core, do you feel AAA is necessary for your research?
: (if so explain)
We used to do AAA, but as it is much less sensitive than protein
sequencing, we have retired our 420A-H. It became extremely labour
intensive to get minimal information. However, it is useful in a core
facility when you try and explain to a user why you cannot sequence a
sample which has demonstrable protein!
: 2. How many samples do you turn in
per year for AAA?
: 3. What is a reasonable charge?
Depends how good the data is! Probably $10 a go, so triplicates would be $30
Peter Neame, SHCC, Tampa
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