ghermans at luc.ac.be
Tue Jul 1 06:36:32 EST 1997
In article <33b86463.357682071 at NEWS.UQ.EDU.AU>, mikep at biosci.uq.edu.au
(Michael Poidinger) wrote:
> On Thu, 26 Jun 1997 12:01:22 -0500, "Dwight M. Nance"
> <dwight at dwight.path.umanitoba.ca> wrote:
> >I would like to purify DNA fragements from agarose gels (normal agarose)
> >that range from 200-600bp in length. Does anyone have suggestions as to
> >which kits work the best
> We routinely use the Mermaid kit from Bio 101 for fragments 50-500 bp.
> Dr Mike Poidinger
> Microbiology, UQ
> mikep at biosci.uq.oz.au
An inexpencive solution is loading your fragments on 0.6 % agarose gel and
then just elute your cut-out agarose pieces with a handmade Sephadex G50M
column. (fill a tip with it and centrifuge). We use it all the time for
any kind of applications: prior to sequencing, ligation etc..
Hope this answers your question
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