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Default How to extract DNA, ready to PCR, fastest way possible?



Hello,

I need to genotype some E18 mice as fast as possible, preferably within a couple of hours from tissue to genotype. i want to try this without a commercial kit at first.
I expect to be te bottleneck of this all to be the tissue digestion/ DNA extraction.
if anyone has some tips or experience with doing this I'd love to hear.

Thanks in advance guys!

Last edited by Kevsen; 02-28-2011 at 04:47 PM.
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