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6. 125 % (w/v) xylene cyanol. 7. 100 mM Sperm DNA. 3 Method 1. Thaw all solutions, with the exception of the enzyme, and then place on ice. 2. Decide on a final volume for the digest, usually between 10 and 50 ml, and then into a sterile. 3. 5 and 1 pg of the DNA to be digested, and sterile distilled water to the final volume. 4. Take the restriction enzyme stock directly from the À20 C freezer, and remove the desired units of enzyme with a clean sterile pipette tip. Immediately add the enzyme to the reaction and mix.
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For the standard curve first the standard sample is quantified accurately, spectrophotometrically and is then converted to copy number based on molecular weight of the sample used. In this method, a standard curve is first plotted from DNA/RNA sample of known concentration. This curve is then used as a reference standard for extrapolating quantitative information for samples of unknown DNA/RNA concentration. Nucleic acids like DNA, RNA, in vivo generated ssDNA or any cDNA sample can be used to construct standard Praveen and Koundal DNA molecules present 22 1 x 1011 1 x 1010 1 x 109 1 x 108 1 x 107 1 x 106 1 x 105 1 x 104 1 x 103 1 x 102 1 x 101 1 x 100 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Threshold cycles Fig.