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Deoxyribonucleic acid sodium salt, is exceptionally useful as a substrate for DNA polymerase assays, in the amplification of very long fragments and as a carrier DNA for precipitations. Calf thymus DNA is exceptionally useful as a substrate for DNA polymerase assays, in the amplification of very long fragments and as a carrier DNA for precipitations. It was used as a standard to determine DNA content in gels and for DNA quantification by fluorescent assay.
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