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#1 hammok2

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Posted 18 July 2011 - 09:36 AM

What do scientists use agarose for?

Edited by hammok2, 18 July 2011 - 09:49 AM.


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Posted 18 July 2011 - 10:40 AM

Have a look here ;)

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Posted 18 July 2011 - 09:29 PM

HobG,

Lmgtfy is funny.... thanks for sharing ;)

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Posted 18 July 2011 - 11:30 PM

now i know what do scientists use Lmgtfy for!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Posted 19 July 2011 - 05:10 AM

To agarose users,
I am currently trying to increase the awareness of the agarose product my company distributes. This agarose is manufactured by Benchmark Scientific. The agarose is a molecular biology grade and has a low EEO. Because of the agarose’s low EEO, it has low concentrations of sulfate. This allows the agarose to produce clear, concise bands and good separation. It is also environmentally friendly agarose. The laboratory that manufactures the agarose is powered by wind and solar energy.
I would love for frequent users of agarose to try our product for free. If you would like to try our agarose, please message me and I will send you a free trial of the product. The free trial size is 25 grams. We have a limited number of agarose free samples, so it is based on first come, first serve basis. We also can only ship the trials to commercial addresses within the United States.

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Posted 21 July 2011 - 12:04 PM

To agarose manufacturer,
we are currently trying to increase awarenesss of the fact that product advertisments are really annoying in the Methods subforum. The subforum is a molecular biology grade, and you should post info about your free trial to Free Stuff or other Products and Vendors subforums where it belongs. This allows the clear distinction from methods-related questions and good reputation of your company. The computer I'm writing this on is powered with nuclear energy (probably).
I would love for frequent spammers (not you particulary as you are yet not frequent) to try posting to the right subforums. If you would like to offer us something, please don't post it here (and DON'T message us) and we may try it. We have a limited patience, so it is based on first come, first "vote this post down" basis. We are also often outside the United States, so limited shippings makes us sad.

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Posted 21 July 2011 - 02:55 PM

To agarose manufacturer,
we are currently trying to increase awarenesss of the fact that product advertisments are really annoying in the Methods subforum. The subforum is a molecular biology grade, and you should post info about your free trial to Free Stuff or other Products and Vendors subforums where it belongs. This allows the clear distinction from methods-related questions and good reputation of your company. The computer I'm writing this on is powered with nuclear energy (probably).
I would love for frequent spammers (not you particulary as you are yet not frequent) to try posting to the right subforums. If you would like to offer us something, please don't post it here (and DON'T message us) and we may try it. We have a limited patience, so it is based on first come, first "vote this post down" basis. We are also often outside the United States, so limited shippings makes us sad.


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Trof, Totally agree with you. We always get limited shippings.

And to agarose manufacturer:
I am considered to be one of the very heavy user of agarose, as I did do some routine identification work, but I'm not from United States.
Sorry, I do have a good protocol to reuse my agarose: Just remelt it in microwave.
Currently, I still have yet to finish my agarose which was given free by invitrogen for being a loyal customer, as More than 25% of my received research funding went to that company.
Of course, if you willing to send it to all over the world, I think everyone of us in the forum likes to give it a try, but then, you should post in the free stuff forum.
As always, my electricity supply is from petroleum and gas, and I'm paying expensive bills just to write you this.
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Posted 22 July 2011 - 07:55 AM

To agarose manufacturer,
we are currently trying to increase awarenesss of the fact that product advertisments are really annoying in the Methods subforum. The subforum is a molecular biology grade, and you should post info about your free trial to Free Stuff or other Products and Vendors subforums where it belongs. This allows the clear distinction from methods-related questions and good reputation of your company. The computer I'm writing this on is powered with nuclear energy (probably).
I would love for frequent spammers (not you particulary as you are yet not frequent) to try posting to the right subforums. If you would like to offer us something, please don't post it here (and DON'T message us) and we may try it. We have a limited patience, so it is based on first come, first "vote this post down" basis. We are also often outside the United States, so limited shippings makes us sad.


I apologize for posting in the wrong subforum. Thank you so much for providing me with the right places to post. I most certainly will repost them there. Again, I apologize if this forum post gave you the wrong message.




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