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Unsuitability of HhaI from Thermo Fisher Scientific, and possibly other suppliers, for MS-MLPA
17 November 2016

We have established that HhaI restriction enzymes manufactured by Thermo Fisher Scientific are incompatible with the MS-MLPA technique and can cause aberrant results as they are not inactivated by heat. The same may be true for certain HhaI (isoschizomers) from other suppliers. At this moment, the only restriction enzyme with proven suitability for MS- MLPA is the Promega (R6441) enzyme. Please find more information here.

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