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Old 10-31-2007, 02:34 PM
Kirsten Knox
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Default High transformation efficiency binary vectors?

Hi I am carrying out some work where it is important that the transformation efficiency is maximised. Has anyone ever looked into the transformation efficiencies of different Binary vectors? Are there any which are more efficient than others? It would be ideal if there was a high-efficiency Gateway compatible one but that is not essential as I can always convert it.

Thanks in advance


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