Thursday 17 November 2011

Cufflinks (the ones you wear not the RNA-seq tool)

Thanks very much to the people that sent me some more chips for an improved set of cuff links. I was not sure whether you required anonymity or not so erred on the side of caution!

It would take quite a nerd to spot the difference between the chips but I shall probably stick to wearing the 318's until the 5 series comes out next year.

314's (left), 316's (right), 318's are in the box)

I now have quite a nice collection of NGS and array consumables for my mini-museum, but if you have something you think would be good to incorporate then do let me know by adding a comment.

And here's my Christmas flowcell from 2007.

(Anyone got an old ABI array?)


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