Restriction Digest of MRSA plasmid
junk at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
Thu Feb 20 12:57:31 EST 2003
Historians believe that in newspost <b3331e$rgh$1 at wotsit.aston.ac.uk> on
Thu, 20 Feb 2003, Anthony C. Hilton <a.c.hilton at aston.ac.uk> penned the
following literary masterpiece:
>As a positive control we have been
>digesting in parallel a pBR322 derivative which cuts up nicely. Any
>suggestions as to why our MRSA plasmid is not cutting, and how we might over
Mix pBR322 with your MRSA plasmid and re-digest. If pBR322 cuts then
your MRSA plasmid has no sites for that enzyme.
If the pBR322 doesn't cut then you have an inhibitor in your MRSA
plasmid batch and you will need to clean that up.
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they go flying by.
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