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The MJ DNA Engine Tetrad (PTC 225) is a multi-user thermal cycler. The instrument consists of Peltier heated/cooled sample blocks (alphas) that have heated lids. Up to 7 users can run samples simultaneously and the alphas can accommodate 48-96 0.2 ml thin-walled PCR tubes/strips/plates or up to 30 thick-walled 0.5 ml tubes. The MJ Tetrad includes a gradient feature to perform annealing temperature optimization
Room 219 Goss Laboratory
1925 Coffey Road
None for instrument use. Consumables, paid for by the user, include master mixes/kits, primers and sample tubes
Contact & scheduling
hayes-ozello [dot] 1 [at] osu [dot] edu
Sign-in at use, appointment generally not necessary. Limited 24-hour access laboratory (key card entry).
Dr. Kate Hayes supervises the use of the MJ DNA Engine Tetrad; she should be contacted prior to initial use. This instrument is supported with technical expertise to help with experimental design, data interpretation and training for the primary use.