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Size of plastid 23S rRNA fragments

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Old 06-20-2004, 09:36 AM
Markus Piotrowski
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Default Size of plastid 23S rRNA fragments




During preparation of RNA from plant material, the plastid 23S rRNA
usually breaks into two smaller fragments (both fragments are smaller
than the plastid 16S rRNA). Can someone tell me at which position this
breakage occurs or what the exact size of these fragments is (for
Arabidopsis or any other plant)?

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Markus

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