where to purchase GFP&Microinjection&Pulling needles

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mehdi71000
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where to purchase GFP&Microinjection&Pulling needles

Post by mehdi71000 » Wed May 16, 2007 2:43 am

Hi guys
I’m looking for Microinjection & Pulling Needles & GFP protein on a vector. Can you supply me with a inexpensive source please?
I found micro injectors very cheap on eBay but they don’t come with a needle.
I found also mono injector syringe but i doubt it’s the same thing.
Thanks
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Post by david23 » Wed May 16, 2007 5:12 pm

woah I just realized how expensive the injector is, which is why I'm sure the person I knew who didnt buy it that time for his students. You know what he did, his people used a microscope to view, and used a micropippete instead. This is not a complex experiment, so they probably tried a lot of times with it.

Just remember, as long as u dont destroy the embryo, it is a success. and of course the animals have to grow up

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Post by mehdi71000 » Wed May 16, 2007 8:09 pm

Thanks are the needle of micropipette thin enough because I saw few on eBay for £10
I also found some Microinjection syringes on eBay for £20 but the needles are about £20 for 2 from http://www.med1online.com
but if micropipette does the job what the heck.

any ideas on were i can find some GFP?
thanks
i found this picture on the net cool
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