Lambda digested with PstI

Gert B. Jensen gbj at ami.dk
Tue Dec 12 02:50:42 EST 2000


Hi Liz

Here you go:

14057, 5077, 4749, 4507, 2838, 2459, 2443, 2140, 1986, 1700, 1159, 1093,
805, 514, 468, 448, 339, 264, 247, 216, 211, 200, 164, 150, 94, 87, 72, 15,

Happy cloning

Gert B. Jensen, PhD
National Institute of Occupational Health
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DK-2100 Copenhagen
Denmark

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""Liz Izquierdo"" <liz.izquierdo at mailbox.uq.edu.au> skrev i en meddelelse
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>
> Hi!!
> I am trying to find the size fragments you get when you digest lambda with
> PstI. I used to use it as a electrophoresis marker in the past and I will
> like to do it again but I can't get that information. Would anybody help
> me????
> thanks
> Dr. Liz Izquierdo
> School of Land and Food
> University of Queensland,
> QLD. 4072. Australia
> Lab. Phone number:61-7-3365 1518
> Office: 61-7-3365 1103
> Fax: 61-7-3365 1177
>
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