Restriction enzymes study

Joan Evans j.evans at scienceboard.net
Fri Mar 13 04:19:21 EST 1998


The use of restriction enzymes is an essential component of molecular
biology research.  While there appears to be little variation in quality
from one vendor to another, the price of restriction enzymes varies
considerably.

The Science Advisory Board (http://www.scienceboard.net) will soon begin
a series of studies on restriction enzymes.  The goal of these studies
is to better understand the preferences, expectations and unmet needs of
molecular biologists, especially as they relate to reliability,
selection, and packaging.

The Science Advisory Board is a worldwide panel of more than 3,000
scientific experts that convenes electronically to participate in online
surveys and focus groups to voice their opinions on a wide variety of
topics related to new research products and emerging technologies.

In order to participate in these and future studies, it is first
necessary to complete the registration form which can be found at
http://www.scienceboard.net.  Registrants with appropriate backgrounds
will be notified shortly thereafter.  All responses are held in strict
confidence, and participants will be compensated for their time.

Joan Evans
Membership Secretary
The Science Advisory Board
http://www.scienceboard.net



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