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(added paper reference: Sodium boric acid: a Tris-free, cooler. conductive medium for DNA electrophoresis.)
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[http://www.scribd.com/doc/10040101/Running-DNA-MiniGels-in-20-Minutes-or-Less-Using-Sodium-Boric-Acid-Buffer Running DNA Mini-Gels in 20 Minutes or Less Using Sodium Boric Acid Buffer from American Biology Teacher Nov 2006]
[http://www.scribd.com/doc/10040101/Running-DNA-MiniGels-in-20-Minutes-or-Less-Using-Sodium-Boric-Acid-Buffer Running DNA Mini-Gels in 20 Minutes or Less Using Sodium Boric Acid Buffer from American Biology Teacher Nov 2006]
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["Sodium boric acid: a Tris-free, cooler. conductive medium for DNA electrophoresis." http://www.mnstate.edu/provost/FasterDNAGels.pdf]
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[http://www.mnstate.edu/provost/FasterDNAGels.pdf "Sodium boric acid: a Tris-free, cooler. conductive medium for DNA electrophoresis."]
Jonathan R. Brody and Scott E. Kern  
Jonathan R. Brody and Scott E. Kern  
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA  
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA  
BioTechniques 36:214-216 (February 2004)
BioTechniques 36:214-216 (February 2004)

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Running DNA Mini-Gels in 20 Minutes or Less Using Sodium Boric Acid Buffer from American Biology Teacher Nov 2006

"Sodium boric acid: a Tris-free, cooler. conductive medium for DNA electrophoresis." Jonathan R. Brody and Scott E. Kern The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA BioTechniques 36:214-216 (February 2004)

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