contaminating DNA free Taq pol
bsh at MED.PITT.EDU
Fri Jul 15 08:13:19 EST 1994
> Some time back when our lab was trying to amplify ribosomal RNA
>the same problem kept propping up (the presence of bands in the blank
lanes in rapds and in using rRNA gene primers). I think one of our attempt
>was to use DNAase on the polymerase before using it for amplification.
>Is there anyone who does amplify ribosomal RNA who found the right solution.
>I mean the bacterial where contamination from Taq could be problematic?
>bsh at med.pitt.edu
Roche-Applied Biosystems/Perkin Elmer have released a Taq pol which is
guaranteed free of contaminating DNA expressly for bacterial rRNA
Disclaimer: I have nothing to do with any of those companies - I just
saw the rep last week, that's all.
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