Monday 9 March 2009, 11.06am HKT

Connectivity of the future with the present:

“I want to purify PCR products, what are the easiest
and cheapest ways to do it? If anyone can refer me
to any bibliography in the subject I will appreciate
it very much.” (Ana Marcela F.R.)

300px-pcr_tubes“Please mention what you want to you do further AFTER PCR purification. Because an easiest method COULD be used for PCR purification, but one should be aware of THE NEXT STEP.” (Asif R.)

(Molecular biologists, 09 March 2009)

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