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Angry a band appear after ladder marker



Hi

Any body help me to solve my problem

I am using 100bp t0 3kb ladder marker, at the end of electrophorasis, i found only one band less than 100bp in 1% and 1.5% agrose gel.
my expected band should appear at 980bp.

Thanks

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