> From: bap at med.pitt.edu (Bruce Phillips)
> Subject: dsRNA markers
>> Why couldn't you use dsDNA markers for comparison with dsRNA
> molecules? If agarose gels can distinguish one from the other, I would
> like to know about it.
...because the mol w's would be wrong, wouldn't they...! Given that
RNA has an extra O per sugar? We used to use lambda markers, having
said that, but with the correction built in to the calculation.
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