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Wanted: T7 Polymerase plasmid

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Old 04-10-2006, 02:40 PM
Harry Harhangi
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Default Wanted: T7 Polymerase plasmid



Dear Sir, Madam,

Did you manage to get a T7 Polymerase plasmid. I'm also interested in the
clone.

Best regards,

Harry


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