DNA isolation / purification Cells - primary cells bone marrow mononuclear cells

Isolating DNA from tissues and paraffin-embedded tissue samples can be challenging as double-stranded DNA is physically fragile and highly susceptible to exo- and endonucleases. The best solution is to slice the tissues into smaller pieces and make a homogenate solution (using tissue homogenizer or grinding liquid nitrogen frozen samples) in the presence of DNAse inhibitors. Further, extracting DNA from the nucleus need specific methods by combining physical, mechanical and chemical lysis approaches,

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1 year ago by R. Verma India

DNA isolation column clogged

During centrifugation, the column got clogged and I was unable to continue with the protocol. How can I unclog it?

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Frozen samples should be thawed and equilibrated to room temperature (15–25°C) before beginning the procedure.
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