Brown BIOL1220:Notebook/SynBio in Theory and Practice

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  • The new positive control for PCR is in the freezer, in an orange-top 15ml tube. It has two primers (F and R, use 1ul each) and the template DNA (a plasmid for the primers, and amplifies a ~3 kb piece - hint, how does this influence your PCR machine programming conditions?)

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Meleha, Will, Steph, John, Flora, Annie Rose, Margaret, Abe, Ahmad, Indu, Katrina, Eli, Minoo, Michael, Ashley, Hari

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