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==Tara Luckau Protocols==
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===Agarose Gel===
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====Purpose====
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<span style="font-size:16px;"> [[User:Tara_K._Luckau | Tara K. Luckau's Home Page]] </span>
Agarose gels are used to verify the presence and estimate the size of DNA (both genomic and amplified). When loaded into a gel and subjected to an electric current, DNA fragments migrate to the positive terminal. Small DNA fragments migrate more rapidly than large ones. By running a commercially available ladder of fragments of known size, we can estimate the DNA fragment size in our sample of interest.
 
  
To visualize the DNA after electrophoresis, a dye called Gel Red is added during the agarose-making process. The dye binds to the DNA and flouresces when exposed to UV light.
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[[User:Tara_K._Luckau/Notebook/Team_ConGen | Conservation Genetics Lab Notebook]]
====Materials To Be Familiar With====
 
* Gel Rig, caster tray, combs
 
* [[Image:OwlA2Large.jpg]]  [[Image:OwlA2Large_draw.jpg|300 px]]
 
  
====Protocol====
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# Make gel using 1x TAE and agarose
 
#* Use 1% for genomic DNA, 2% for amplified DNA
 
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! Gel Rig Size !! 1x TAE (mL) !! 1.5% agarose (g) !! 2% agarose (g) !! Gel Red (µL) !! Sample volume (µL) !! max voltage (V)
 
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| small || 50 || _ || 1 || 5 || 4-6 || 80
 
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| rowspan="2"| medium || rowspan="2"| 130 || rowspan="2"| _ || rowspan="2"| 2.6 || rowspan="2"| 13 || 24-tooth comb: 6-10 || rowspan="2"| 120
 
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| 36-tooth comb: 3-5
 
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| large || _ || _ || _ || _ || _ || 170
 
 
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==Protocols used in Dr. Rulon Clark's laboratory==
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===Lab Processes===
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* [[Luckau_Protocols:NanoDrop | NanoDrop]]
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* [[Luckau_Protocols:PCR | PCR]]
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* [[Luckau_Protocols:Agarose Gel | Agarose Gel]]
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* [[Luckau_Protocols:FragmentAnalysisSubmission | Fragment Analysis Submission]]
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* [[Luckau_Protocols:ShipDryIce | Shipping with Dry Ice]]
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===Reagents===
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* [[Luckau_Protocols:Low TE | Low TE]]
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* [[Luckau_Protocols:Tris-Cl | Tris-Cl]]
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* [[Luckau_Protocols:KCl | KCl]]
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* [[Luckau_Protocols:MgCl2 | MgCl<sub>2</sub>]]
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* [[Luckau_Protocols:TAE | TAE]]
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* [[Luckau_Protocols:1Kb Ladder | 1Kb Ladder]]
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* [[Luckau_Protocols:dNTPs | dNTPs]]
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* [[Luckau_Protocols:PCR Buffers A-H | PCR Buffers A-H]]
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* [[Luckau_Protocols:PrimerResuspension | Primer Resuspension]]
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===Software Programs===
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* [[Luckau_Protocols:STRUCTURE | STRUCTURE]]
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===Inventory===
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* [[Luckau_Protocols:Inventory | Inventory & Catalog #s]]

Revision as of 11:37, 12 March 2013

Tara's Protocols

Tara K. Luckau's Home Page

Conservation Genetics Lab Notebook

Tara's Protocols


Protocols used in Dr. Rulon Clark's laboratory

Lab Processes


Reagents


Software Programs


Inventory