Shearing/cleaving DNA for shuffling
lhom at OCF.Berkeley.EDU
Mon Nov 27 13:24:28 EST 2000
I've noticed that people generally cleave their DNA for shuffling
enzymatically (e.g., DNase I) instead of mechanically (e.g., sonication).
What are the reasons for this? Are sonication products too small or too
heterogenous? Is it because you lose specificity for products with 5'
Lou Hom >K'93
lhom at ocf.berkeley.edu
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