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Non-isotopic method for In vitro transcription

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Old 06-16-2008, 02:15 PM
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Default Non-isotopic method for In vitro transcription



Hello all
Apparently the price of P32 has become prohibitive (4 X as expensive
as previously).


Does anyone know of an alternative, non isotropic method that we can
use for IVT labelling?
thanks
chris

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