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DNA isolation from tissue !!SOS!!

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Exclamation DNA isolation from tissue !!SOS!!



I used to isolate DNA from cells using a phenol/chloroform method.
Now I want to to do the same with tissue samples. My tissue is frozen and powdered.
But I have no idea about the ammount of tissue I should use.
Can anyone help me with this?
I would appreciate it very much!
Thank u!
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