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Can anyone help me with an autoradiograph?

Can anyone help me with an autoradiograph? - Agarose Gel Electrophoresis Forum

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Default Re: Can anyone help me with an autoradiograph?

Hello,
this is quite easy although hard if you have never seen an autoradiograph. Search autoradiograph in google images and you will see a few that deal with DNA.

then just set marker sizes top is larger DNA, towards the bottom is smaller DNA. So then you can easily draw the bands 3.5 and 1.5 kb. Then just have the appropriate bands (3.5 and/or 1.5 kb) for each lane (father, daughter, mother etc).

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