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2491. Reverse transcribing organically contaminated RNA - (reply: 2)
2492. Phylogenetic interpretation - (reply: 1)
2493. Do you lose RNA by quick freezing? - (reply: 5)
2494. obatining full nucelotide sequences for genes - where can i find them (reply: 4)
2495. No RNA from cell pellet using Qiagen MiniKit!!??!! - (reply: 5)
2496. Converting RE sites - (reply: 2)
2497. Can DNA be solubilized in hydrochloric acid? - (reply: 2)
2498. house keeping gene in transgenic mice. - (reply: 1)
2499. RNA cleanup methods (WITHOUT USING KITS!!) - protocol for removing phenol contamination (reply: 5)
2500. Detect gene in stable cell line, - (reply: 4)
2501. in vivo expression technology - IVET (reply: 2)
2502. basic math question - Molarity (reply: 2)
2503. EMSA supershift - increased band intensity? - (reply: 1)
2504. Who can explain this? Weird cloning problem.... - (reply: 6)
2505. RNA extraction - Which is which? (reply: 6)
2506. DNase I digestion - how long the fragments are at the end??? (reply: 3)
2507. Transfection efficiency vs. amount of plasmid DNA - (reply: 1)
2508. pIRESneo for mammalian cells transfection - (reply: 4)
2509. H9C2 - cell line - Need clarification (reply: 1)
2510. DNA amplification but no bands on agarose gel, GC rich product, Roche - DNA amplification but no bands/smear in agarose gel (reply: 5)
2511. no band in gel - gel electrophoresis (reply: 1)
2512. stratagene site directed mutagenesis - deletion of single base nucleotide (reply: 3)
2513. How to increase A260/280 and A260/230 ratio for microarray experiment? - (reply: 8)
2514. western blot stripping buffer - please recomend a stripping buffer for re-bloting (reply: 2)
2515. T7 and T7lac - (reply: 1)
2516. Sources of Contamination in plasmid DNA Mini-Preps - (reply: 10)
2517. Primer stock confusion - (reply: 6)
2518. Pancreas RNA extraction - improve protocol needed (reply: 2)
2519. Genomic DNA contamination in RNA sample - (reply: 2)
2520. Isolation DNA and protein from a single sample - (reply: 5)