Author(s): Blin N, Stafford DW
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Abstract A new method for isolation of high molecular weight DNA from eukaryotes is presented. This procedure allows preparation of DNA from a variety of tissues such as calf thymus or human placenta and from cells which were more difficult to lyse until now (e.g. Crypthecodinium cuhnii, a dinoflagellate). The DNA obtained in such a way has an average molecular weight of about 200 X 10(6) d and contains very few, if any, single strand breaks.
This article was published in Nucleic Acids Res
and referenced in Journal of Cytology & Histology