Genetics as it applies to evolution, molecular biology, and medical aspects.
I have seen some Anti-Turbo GFP in a uk distributors site. I’m a bit confused. Is this vector has an anti body + turboGFP or is a vector responsible for destroying Turbo GFP. It’s much cheaper than normal GFP.
And its volume is about 200 ug at 50% dna and the rest some other liquid. Do I use it as it is or ad water or something else to it to increase the volume and prevent wastage since its £130 for 200 ug.
One more thing does any one has for sale a syringe bracket that lets you move the syringe in micro amounts in 3 dimentions?
It says you must store it -20to -80 and the other half is glycerol. I think water will break it and damage the dna at -20. What if I add glycerol to increase its size to about 500% and add 500%water to the amounts I’ll be needing for test. i thing glycerol is poisonous for any cell right?
Ok read some ware glycerol has low toxicity? I think I should buy some glycerol and increase the volume from 100ug to 200ug .and for use add 300ug of still water so I’m left with 600ug and 10% DNA. I think 10% is still too much. Since is very small. One more thing if I inject too much GFP would the cell make more protein?
About the GFP thing some people can actually buy plasmids that are specifically made to express more GFP protein. It all depends on the promoter on the plasmid. But I suppose inject more DNA would make more protein. Can you show me the plasmid you have selected?
http://www.biovision.com/Merchant2/merc ... e=4999-100
do you think these plasmids are in form of RNA or DNA?
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