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How to visualize plasmid DNA sample?

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Default How to visualize plasmid DNA sample?



I am doing a Science Fair project on the effects of freezing, heating, etc. on plasmid DNA; whether it will still be readable or not.

How do I go about viewing the details of the plasmid DNA? Details would be greatly appreciated.
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