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Looking for a laboratory to measure CPDs

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Default Looking for a laboratory to measure CPDs



Hi, I am an researcher at an University Institute in Valencia (Spain). I need to find a laboratory which analyses CPDs (cyclobutane pyrimide dimers) in plants. I have frozen samples of aquatic plants waiting for being analysed and I will pay for it. Does anyone have information about it? I would be very grateful of receiving e-mails from laboratories devoted to it. Thanks in advances.
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