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Old 10-27-2003, 02:43 PM
Allen Sylvester
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Default Can't precipitate DNA!



You might try adding 1 or 2 ul of Dextran Blue (Sigma #D5751) 20 mg/ml
solution. It helps to precipitate low DNA concentrations and, more
important in many cases, dyes the pellet so you can follow it.

Allen

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