Sequencing gel molecular wt. marker

jacobsen at cf.ac.uk jacobsen at cf.ac.uk
Sun Apr 6 10:38:11 EST 1997


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Hi,
   Why not use an M13 sequencing ladder as a standard. M13 standards come
with Amersham Sequenase kits and probably most other sequencing kits. We
use this size standard to size dinucleotide repeat microsatellites.

hope this helps

Nick.


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