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Old 10-09-2012, 08:47 PM   #1
lamars
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Default Take a sample preparation survey and

Hello all,

The Stanford Microfluidics Laboratory (of which I am part) is running a survey to address current needs in sample preparation of nucleic acids. We are giving away a gift certificate as an incentive to fill out the survey. We've extended the deadline to get a few more responses, we would really appreciate your help.

More info below. Thank you.

Link:
http://microfluidics.stanford.edu/sampleprep

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"Sample preparation is often the most manually intensive work in a laboratory. Our group is working to develop new sample prep methods with the hope of furthering the technology and addressing unmet needs. We are conducting this survey to understand current practices and needs for sample preparation of nucleic acids. We will publish the results of this survey as a set of statistical summaries. We will not attribute responses to individuals, specific labs, or specific companies. We thank you for your information.

You may include your email address at the end of this form to enter a drawing for a $500 Amazon gift card. One entry per person. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose. You may enter this drawing without completing the survey by sending a message containing your email address to sampleprep [at] stanford [dot] edu.
Juan G. Santiago
Lewis A. Marshall
May 11, 2012
microfluidics.stanford.edu"
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