[Microbiology] Re: high molecular plasmid DNA

tarun gupta via microbio%40net.bio.net (by hotbacteria from rediffmail.com)
Fri Jan 11 14:24:50 EST 2008


  
Hi,

This sounds strange; unless your Chromosomal DNA is fragmented, I don't see how can it even move further through the wells! 

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Tarun Gupta
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Panjab University 
Chandigarh-India 

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T?nia Wrote:
>
>Hello everyone
>
>Does anyone know why in some cases we see (in an 0,8% agarose gel)
>plasmid DNA higher than chromosomal DNA?
>I know that there are very large plasmids but it is possible to exist
>a plasmid bigger than the chromosome? I thought it wasn't possible.
>I thought that is a characteristic of the separation of the agarose
>gels but if this is the case, how can we explain it?
>
>Looking forward to hear from you something
>Best wishes
>bio


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