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Restriction Enzymes
« on: 10/03/2006 16:21:54 »
It is difficult to imagine life in the lab today without the benefit of restriction enzymes. Because they are so ubiquitous, these tools have become indispensable to many scientists even at the same time that they are often taken for granted. To better understand why researchers prefer certain brands and what factors influence their decision, The Science Advisory Board invited over 700 members to participate in a study of restriction enzyme usage.

To view a summary of the study results please visit us at newbielink:http://www.scienceboard.net/studies/studies.124.html [nonactive]

Catherine Seguin
Membership Coordinator
C.Seguin@scienceboard.net
The Science Advisory Board
newbielink:http://www.scienceboard.net [nonactive]


 

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