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    Hi everybody,
    I would like to know if anyone has ever used the kit GS FLX Titanium cDNA Rapid Library for small fragments (100 - 500 bp max) ?
    I have two specific questions concerning this topic:
    - First:it is specified using the purification kit Ampure (XP), but this cut-off of binding is nearly 100 bp.
    Are there any other alternative than this kit?
    -Second:The presence of glycogen can interfere of the binding on the AMpure beads ?

    thanks for your advice .
    Last edited by doc_lille; 03-24-2010, 07:13 AM.

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