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How to determine what DNA a person has?

F. Frank LeFever flefever at ix.netcom.com
Wed Feb 17 22:23:08 EST 1999

If it's any consolation, this process WOULD result in the
"concellation" (i.e. reduction to constituent cells) in the first

F. LeFever

In <7adu4i$lsh at dfw-ixnews6.ix.netcom.com> devdootm at ix.netcom.com
>If it's any concellation, I thought it was funny, very funny actually.
>I believe one of my professors prefers to use "homogenize the hell out
of" the 
>person, but anyhow...
>:) Dev.
>In article <36c5dc0f.31746671 at news.casema.net>, koetje at boe.nl (Wookie)
>>>>Ok. here is the secret.
>>>>You take a person, put him/her in a blender.
>>>>Blend for 30 minutes, room temperature.
>>>>Put the residu in an Erlenmeyer Flask and add some
>>>>Everything-but-DNA protease.
>>>>Do this for three days by 350 K.
>>>>Then use a light microscope to read all the A's C's G' and T's in
>>>>linear order and Bingo you got THE SECRET INFORMATION.
>>>Sarcasm is not effective unless the recipient is capable of
>>>understanding it as such.  In any case, the homogenizers I
>>>have available in my lab require that you process the person
>>>in small aliquots.
>>Since the original poster seems to be refering to some alchemistic
>>proces, the unraveling of a big secret by mysterious ways,
>>I don't think he'd capable of understanding anything at all.
>>This is supposed to be a neuro science NG , so don't come here with
>>irrelevant questions, but even that seemed to difficult for the
>>orignal poster.
>>What proportions must these aliqouts have by the way?

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