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Separation of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic DNA ?
Does anyone have any ideas on how one could separate (or at least enrich) for bacterial DNA in a mixed sample of eukaryotic and bacterial DNA? Are there any restriction enzymes that will specifically degrade CpG methylated DNA for example? I am having a difficult time finding a method to do this. It must be specific. I want as much of bacterial DNA as possible and the eukaryotic DNA is totally worthless to me (except my own - I need that). Any help would be much appreciated! Thanks.
Re: Separation of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic DNA ?
I have a quiet similar problem. I have been searching for several techniques and have tried different approaches. Did you find an appropriate protocoll to separate bacterial and human DNA? I would be very pleased if you could give me some hints or publications that my help me to solve the problem.
Many thanks in advance!
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