Thanks to Mr.Stephen Dibley
Jose I. de las Heras
jose at hgu.mrc.ac.uk
Tue Nov 27 16:23:19 EST 2001
> Dear Mr.Stephen Dibley:
> Thank you for your kind reply.But I still puzzled why
> the linear plasmid(be digested) can move slower than
> the relaxed plasmid.
> With best wishes
It doesn't, as Stephen said. It may move slower than the *supercoiled*
plasmid. Try to view it as it were "air resistance" of the different
shapes of the plasmid. The supercoiled is more compact and can pass
through the agarose pores more easily.
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