Whitehead Institute, Illumina

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MIT’s Whitehead Institute is offering primer sets for its human promoter-region arrays, said Thomas Volkert, director of the institute’s microarray core facility.

The institute will provide an aliquot of primer, enough for 5-10 PCR reactions to amplify the fragments necessary for DNA appropriate to create the probes for the arrays, for $25,000, he said. The institute doesn’t sell microarrays.

The primers are surplus from the institute’s activities and will be sold to recover the purchase costs, he said.

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