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1321. Anyone know the margin of error for PCR amplicon size visualized on an agarose g - Margin of Error (reply: 2)
1322. When do I add selection? - (reply: 2)
1323. How to prevent concatemerization during ligation reaction? - (reply: 2)
1324. Washing RNA pellet - 85% ethanol? - (reply: 2)
1325. Viral RNA is relatively stable than mRNA from cells? - (reply: 1)
1326. Unsuccessful cloning with one sticky end & one blunt end - Low transformation efficiency & colonies do not contain insert (reply: 8)
1327. White colonies no insert - (reply: 2)
1328. any strategy to insert MCS into a specific region without any restriction sites - (reply: 5)
1329. Isolating bacterial RNA and protein from the host tissue sample - (reply: 3)
1330. DOT BLOT for pcr product - No result obtain (reply: 1)
1331. Backwards electrophoresis electrodes - Can you dig it? (reply: 1)
1332. Do plasmids work in bacteria? - (reply: 1)
1333. Smears above ribosomal RNA bands - RNA extraction from microalgae (reply: 2)
1334. CEN sequences on plasmids (yeast) - (reply: 4)
1335. DMSO - (reply: 1)
1336. Trizol Extraction of PBMCs, low 260/230 - (reply: 5)
1337. PCR amplification with Pfu / quality of DNA - (reply: 4)
1338. primer design - (reply: 2)
1339. recombinant ecoli in log phase overnight media suggestion - (reply: 2)
1340. TRIzol phase extraction with Lock-Phase tubes - Does anyone use Lock-Phase? (reply: 1)
1341. help! quikchange mutagenesis kit - (reply: 1)
1342. T7 terminator-modification - (reply: 2)
1343. Tissue homogenization buffer to keep viral RNA intact - (reply: 6)
1344. ORI names - name of a plasmid ori (reply: 11)
1345. Molecular Cell Biology - Trafficking and function of a membrane enzyme (reply: 1)
1346. Gel Extracting a 15kb Band? - Quick and Easy method (reply: 3)
1347. uncut vector contamination in gel purified band - (reply: 2)
1348. Suggestion needed-Deleting single neuclotide by QUICK CHANGE - (reply: 5)
1349. Sequencing mistake - (reply: 3)
1350. promoter isolation in Aegilops - (reply: 1)