DNA fixation on Agarose gel

IJ Huang gr8bn at cc.usu.edu
Sat Jan 20 18:47:44 EST 1996


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>Hello

>I am looking for a method to fix DNA in agarose gel after electrophoresis.
>The classical methods (formaldehyde, glutaraldehyde....)  don t works in 
>agarose gel.  

>Please, help me !

>Merci

>Pierre
>Pcomm at cismibm.univ-lyon1.fr

I read two articles to fix RNA in agarose gel by 10% methanol and 10% acetic 
acid for 15 min.  I do not known will it work for fixing DNA.
Good Luck!

IJ Huang
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