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  • hoytpr
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    Sorry, but we haven't been able to get reagents for months also. We have some students who need to graduate and expected these data for their dissertations. Everyone's mad at the Core of course. We have a backlog of about 12 runs... maybe 20. If anyone has a stash, after mps4208, please consider helping us out also.

    On the other hand, at least those few still working on kits are paying attention to quality control... at least that's the hope.

    -p

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    454 Junior XL+ sequencing reagents?

    Does anyone have 454 Junior XL+ seq reagents/enzymes currently in your freezer? I need 1 kit but Roche hasn't been able to provide it for the past 2 months.

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