Biology (dilutions)

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This is the homework exercise:

You want to add 0.13 ul of DNA to 4.87 ul of extraction mix to have a final total of 5.0 ul of sample. But you don't want to make 0.13 aliquots because it is too small. Make a dilution to accomodate for the small aliquot.

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