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Isopropanol vs Ethanol DNA Precipitation

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Question Isopropanol vs Ethanol DNA Precipitation



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what and why do you use isopropanol vs ethanol for DNA precipitation?



What is the reason for using ethanol and not the isopropanol?

Is there a rule when to use one not the other?

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