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Restriction Mapping of Plasmid DNA Kit

$98.00 - $160.25

Electrophoresis of precut DNA with an analytical application. Students cast gels and perform electrophoresis of ready-to-load samples of predigested plasmid DNA. After staining with CarolinaBLU® stain, students determine the sizes of the plasmid DNA fragments in each sample and use the data to deduce a restriction map of the plasmid. Kits contain sufficient materials for either 4 or 8 teams of students to perform the exercise. Includes step-by-step instructions and practice problems.

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Advanced - For experienced high school and college classes; requires some technical skill.

  • Includes step-by-step instructions and practice problems
  • 4- and 8-station kits to match your needs and budget
Electrophoresis of precut DNA with an analytical application. Students cast gels and perform electrophoresis of ready-to-load samples of predigested plasmid DNA. After staining with CarolinaBLU® stain, students determine the sizes of the plasmid DNA fragments in each sample and use the data to deduce a restriction map of the plasmid.

Kits contain sufficient materials for either 4 or 8 teams of students to perform the exercise.

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