At the Whitehead/MIT we use Corning 384's which sit in custom molded acrylic
blocks on the deck.
Ruthellen Miller wrote:
>> We are just setting up our 3700, and have beenm sequencing abaout 25
> plates a week. We use an MJ Tetrad for our sequencing reactions, with MY
> 96 well plates. However, ABI suggests the use of their own 96 well
> plates, which do not fit in the MJ machine. (And we have gotten sporatic
> "galial" error when we have tried MJ plates which crashed particular runs
> when we tried to use them.
>> I was wondering what other are using in terms of plates: 96 or 384? Made
> by who?
>> REcently we have been successful using 12.5% pyrrolidone in water for our
> injections. Our injections are less top heavy because fewer small
> fragment are loaded onto the capillary.
>> Ruthellen Miller
> USDA - Albany