96 well M13 preps

Kevin Clark kevin at hammer.imm.ox.ac.uk
Thu Nov 8 06:03:50 EST 2001

We've just got an ABI 3100 and great though it is it's only flaw is that
it can run the samples faster than I can make them.

For reasons of cost we've always done our M13 preps either in eppendorfs
or deep well microtitre plates which is cheap but rather labour
intensive but I'd like to try some 96 well 'spin column/plate' type
methods. I got a pack of 50 Quiagen M13 columns and had good clean
sequence from them but the plates are a bit pricey at 1UKP/sample
although I might be able to bring the boss round despite the cost.

Anyone else use these? Or any others?




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