DNA isolation from blood
t7845ag at cd1.lrz-muenchen.de
Tue Mar 29 12:01:43 EST 1994
In article <9403282017.AA05060 at umailsrv1.UMD.EDU>, William_D_WARREN at UMAIL.UMD.EDU (ww40) writes:
|> Does anyone have a quick and reliable method for isolating genomic DNA from
|> blood (mammalian) that is suitable for PCR ??? I've seen dirty methods in
|> Biotechniques where you add blood directly the the PCR reaction but I need
|> something alittle cleaner.
|> Any help or pointers greatly appreciated.
|> William D. WARREN, PhD
|> Center for Agricultural Biotechnology Email: ww40 at umail.umd.edu
|> University of Maryland at College Park Phone: (301) 405-7681
Hi Netters, right now I would suggest InstaGene Matrix from BIORAD. It is an ion-exchange chromatographie
method. Very fast and the extracted DNA is suitable for PCR .
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