Protocols/References for Genomic PCR?
hodges bradley l
segdoh at uxa.cso.uiuc.edu
Tue Feb 28 18:45:49 EST 1995
Try TaKaRa's LA-PCR kit from Panvera, Madison, Wis. 1-800-791-1400. Ask
for fax info and they'll include reference information.
On 22 Feb 1995, John Ladasky wrote:
> Greetings, everyone!
> Hey, I found the PCR newsgroup! Well, down to business. I have
> been told by a few people that recent technological advances now allow
> the PCR amplification of fragments up to 10 Kb directly from genomic DNA.
> Of course, none of these people can give me a citation for this information.
> I'd like to amplify a section of genomic DNA from a mammalian cell line,
> and I expect it to be about 6.7 Kb long. Can anyone help me accomplish
> this task? Specific references and protocols would be very helpful.
> Thanks in advance.
> Unique ID : Ladasky, John Joseph Jr.
> Title : BA Biochemistry, U.C. Berkeley, 1989
> Location : Stanford University, Dept. of Structural Biology, Fairchild D-105
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