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CALCULATING THE SIZE OF PLASMID DNA FRAGMENTS

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CALCULATING THE SIZE OF PLASMID DNA FRAGMENTS Record the distance each DNA fragment migrated from the well. Sizes should be presented in ascending order, shortest migration  (longest fragment) to longest migration (shortest fragment.)                          P1 (pAMP)     P2 (pUC 19 derivative)
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Unformatted text preview: KB LADDER Dist. Size Eco R1 Dist. Hind III Dist. Eco R1/ Hind III Dist. Calc. Sizes Act. Sizes Eco R1 Dist. Hind III Dist. Eco R1/ Hind III Dist. Calc. Sizes Act. Sizes 12,216 11,198 10,180 9162 8144 7126 6108 5090 4072 3054 2036 1636 1018 506/517 396 344 298 220 201 154 134...
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