lyophilized fish sperm dna question

calliphora at calliphora at
Fri Feb 15 14:23:06 EST 2002

On Sun, 10 Feb 2002 15:28:59 -0500, "Great Science"
<lifeisgoodhere at> wrote:

The appearance of freeze-drye DNA depends probably on its molecular
weight: High molecular weight DNA will appear cotton-like, low
molecular weight DNA may be a powder. In hybridization experiments
fish sperm DNA is usually used to block reaktive points of the
membrane you use. So the molecular weight doesn´t really matter, if
the fish DNA-solution is to viscous, you even can sonicate it.

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