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Basic Molecular Biology: Nucleic Acid Extraction – Liquid Phase Extraction

When performing liquid phase nucleic acid extraction, a method called alcoholic precipitation is used where contaminants such as organic solvents salts and proteins are removed from nucleic acid in a solution. This video will show how the procedure is performed.

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