When we precipitate DNA, we use NaOAc(Sodium acetate, salt) and EtOH(ethanol).
I know Na+ can neutralize - charge of phosphate of DNA, making DNA less hydrophilic.
So DNA can be precipitated out of water.
But I am not sure why we use EtOH.
Can you explain that?
DNA precipitation- Why EtOH?
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