yield gel


yield gel
   The mobility of the undigested DNA indicates the quality of the isolated DNA. Undigested DNA is applied to a 15-cm agarose gel, size separated by electrophoresis and stained with ethidium bromide. This gel is to aid in assessing the amount of total DNA recovered from a sample, as well as the state of degradation of the DNA.

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