Try a 6% agarose gel. A very long one preferably as big as 15 - 20 Cm
long. Prestain the gel and run them till you can observe sufficient
separation of the bands. That should do.
That should work.
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Subject: plasmid agarose electrophoresis
Hi, everyone, my name is Evagelos Liapis and I am a PhD student at the
university of Leicester. I have the following question:
I would like to separate a 4900bp from a 5014bp linear plasmid. Which
agarose would you recommend for that experiment and in what percentage?
Thank you in advance,
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