R: CHEF gel genomic DNA restriction(No virus check: scan engine
Sudheendra Rao N R
(by sudhee26 from gmail.com)
Mon Feb 11 23:43:57 EST 2008
i found this one on net.
check if it can troubleshoot some of your problems.
I think looking again into your protocol would do lot of help.
On Feb 11, 2008 3:05 PM, Kaur Jaanson <kjaanson from gmail.com> wrote:
> Sorry, forgot to add the conditions.
> I use 1.2% agarose gel with 0.5x TAE buffer, running parameters are
> 5.4 V/cm field strength, 2-90 sec switch time, 19 hr run time.
> Biorad CHEF DR-II system to run the pulse field electrophoresis.
> Kaur Jaanson
> On Feb 11, 2008 11:23 AM, Prof. Piero Sestili <piero.sestili from uniurb.it>
> > Dear Kaur,
> > post the running conditions you're using then we can talk about the CHEF
> > protocol modifications.
> > Cheers
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> > Oggetto: CHEF gel genomic DNA restriction(No virus check: scan engine
> > not ready)
> > Hi
> > I have lately tried to restrict the genomic DNA of mammalian cells in
> > agarose plugs and then separate the fragments with CHEF pulse field.
> > The restriction seems to be working but the restricted DNA migrates
> > weird in gel. It is very dense in the Kb-Mb range (EtBr staining shows
> > that the DNA in that range has kind of spread over the lane borders).
> > After the dense part ends the DNA occupies only the central part of
> > the lane. Southern plot of the gel shows that the DNA runs higher
> > (more slowly) than it should be, also the bands are a bit distorted.
> > I was wondering if the anomaly might be associated with the
> > concentration of DNA in agarose plug, to my calculations there should
> > be about 3ug of genomic DNA in one plug. If that is the case then
> > could I vary the pulse field parameters so that the high amount of
> > genomic DNA would migrate normally?
> > Kaur Jaanson
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