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Old 08-23-2012, 07:26 AM   #1
Location: New Brunswick

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Default Chip-seq equipment

Hi everyone,

My lab is looking to perform a Chip-seq experiment, however we do not have access to a proper sonicator or Bioanalyzer to generate the library. Nor do we have the funds to purchase them (this will be a one off experiment). Without easy access to these tools is it still possible to perform Chip-seq? Alternatively, are there any institutions where a student can be sent to process and sequence their own samples? Thanks.

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