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Maniatis T, Fritsch EF, Sambrook J. Molecular cloning a laboratory manual. Cold Spring Laboratory (1982). Rickwood D, Hames BD. Gel electrophoresis of nucleic acids. IRL Press Ltd. (1982). 163 (1987) 247–254. The gels are stained with fluorescent dyes like Ethidium bromide or SYBR Green, and the bands are visible under UV light. Their sensitivites ranges are between 100 pg and 1 ng / band. Because they are intercalating in the helix, the sensitivity is dependent on the size of the DNA fragment and is lower for RNA detection.

397 (1987) 409–417. See also page 27 For molecular weight separations of proteins, peptides,and nucleic acids capillaries filled with linear (non crosslinked) polyacrylamide gel are used (Cohen et al. 1987). The most successful application of capillary electrophoresis is the separation of DNA fragments. Because of the possibility of automation and the repeated use of a high number of capillaries in parallel, this technique is ideal for high throughput DNA sequencing. It had been predicted, that the complete knowledge of the human genome would be available in the year 2005.

As DGGE is not very easy to perform, it is only employed, when the techniques other than sequence analysis fail in detecting a mutation. 2 Electrophoresis in restrictive gels Perpendicular Gradient 0% gradient 31 Parallel Gradient 100 % denaturant 0% partially molten dsDNA dsDNA electrophoresis ssDNA 100 % denaturant wild type mutant Schematic representation of typical results of a perpendicular and a parallel DGGE. Fig. 18: Temperature gradient gel electrophoresis (TGGE) Temperature gradient gel electrophoresis resolves homo- and heteroduplexes according to their thermal stabilities (Riesner et al.

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