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Why do tiny bubbles form on and amongst DNA strands during extraction?

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Asked by S L, 09 Nov '12 07:34 pm
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When the detergent/salt/DNA mixture is agitated, the detergent, along with some inadvertently trapped gas, forms bubbles
Answered by Quest, 09 Nov '12 07:38 pm

 
  
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When the detergent/salt/DNA mixture is agitated, the detergent, along with some inadvertently trapped gas, forms bubbles
Answered by manoharkhanna, 08 Apr '13 04:56 am

 
  
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When the detergent/salt/DNA mixture is agitated, the detergent, along with some inadvertently trapped gas, forms bubbles
Answered by rajan, 10 May '13 10:28 am

 
  
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When the detergent/salt/DNA mixture is agitated, the detergent, along with some inadvertently trapped gas, forms bubbles, and these bubbles may stick to the DNA and the histone proteins. They are not formed by any chemical reaction.
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Answered by anil garg, 09 Nov '12 10:45 pm

 
  
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