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Roche Molecular Biochemicals of Indianapolis is offering a 30 percent discount on its Ribonucleoside Triphosphate set with the purchase of T7, T3, or SP6 RNA Polymerases. The offer is valid until December 31, 2001. To receive the discount, mention promotional code RN4 when ordering. Roche Molecular Biochemicals, (800) 262-1640, www.biochem.roche.com My-O-Mycoplasma La Jolla, Calif.-based Stratagene is offering 50 percent off any item of choice with the purchase of one Mycoplasma Plus™

By | December 10, 2001

Roche Molecular Biochemicals of Indianapolis is offering a 30 percent discount on its Ribonucleoside Triphosphate set with the purchase of T7, T3, or SP6 RNA Polymerases. The offer is valid until December 31, 2001. To receive the discount, mention promotional code RN4 when ordering.
Roche Molecular Biochemicals, (800) 262-1640, www.biochem.roche.com

My-O-Mycoplasma

La Jolla, Calif.-based Stratagene is offering 50 percent off any item of choice with the purchase of one Mycoplasma Plus™ PCR Primer Set and one StrataCooler® Cryo Preservation Module. Stratagene's Mycoplasma Plus PCR Primer Set detects all forms of mycoplasma in tissue cultures. The discount is in effect until December 31, 2001.
Stratagene, (800) 424-5444, www.stratagene.com

Illuminating Reporter Systems

Palo Alto, Calif.-based BD Biosciences-CLONTECH is offering a 20 percent discount off the price of its Luminescent b-Galactosidase Detection Kit II with the purchase of the b-gal Reporter System 3. The offer is valid until December 31, 2001. To receive the discount, refer to quote #Q021169 when ordering.
BD Biosciences-Clontech, (800) 662-CLON, www.clontech.com
--Aileen Constans (aconstans@the-scientist.com)

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