Plasmids are small, circular DNA molecules commonly found in bacteria that replicate autonomously. Because of this, plasmids ideally suit experimental protocols that include cloning. Inserting a piece of DNA into the linearized plasmid and generating multiple copies of the plasmid allows scientists to study DNA sequences or genes.
Download this tech overview to discover a method that can:
- Accurately detect both supercoiled and linear plasmids
- Precisely determine DNA size and quality
- Be used to analyze the same sample plate with multiple kits when needed