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Biochemistry and Genotyping

The Genotyping and biochimical facility

Gene transfer is extensively used to study the roles of genes in development, physiology and human disease. This facility is provided for investigators who are unfamiliar with DNA genotyping and who need to establish a genotyping method. This protocol is designed to detect sequences in the  genome by polymerase chain reaction amplificationPCR .

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Instrument  Taqman 7900 - life technologies

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Instrument  QX200 - Biorad

Description  and fares

Staff in charge: Tessa FREDRIKSEN:  33 1 44 27 90 98
if absent: Céline OSINSKI:  33 1 44 27 24 17 

 

Instrument  VENTANA Discovery XT

Description

Staff in charge: Kevin GARBIN
 

 

 

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