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April 24, 2014

Homework Help: Bio/CHEM

Posted by Remy on Friday, May 24, 2013 at 2:55pm.

11. You need to make a 1:8 ratio of DNA of two DNA types A and B (A:B). Your total aliquot should be 2ng/26 ěL. For each of the following sets, calculate how much of each extract you should use and how much TE-4:

a. Extract A: 2.5 ng/20 ěL, Extract B: 252.3 pg/ěL

b. Extract A: 36 pg/ěL, Extract B: 533.0 pg/ěL (1/100 dilution)

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