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Old 06-17-2015, 07:34 AM   #5
martin2
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Originally Posted by hoytpr View Post
We can get the picotitre plates pretty clean with washing and sonicating. I know labs that have reused them.
And that is exactly what ruined a number of projects. I spent insane amount of time cleaning up contaminated projects. Don't do it. Although some labs could be more thorough in sonication and water exchange, clearly the beads not only do remain in the PTP plate but even the enzymes keep working in a following sequencing. Feel free to place an order on my website www.bioinformatics.cz for cleanup of your current data. ;-)
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