# User:Elizabeth Ghias/Notebook/Experimental Chemistry/2013/04/19

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## Objective

To prepare a tris buffer for the DNase activity testing and to determine the concentration of DNA in the DNA stock to be used for activity testing.

## Description

Determining the Concentration of the DNA stock

• We want to add 200 ng DNA to each sample for activity testing.
• the absorbance and concentration of DNA are linearly related according to the equation:

unknown [DNA]/A260 = 50 ug/ml/1.0

1. Took a UV-vis measurement of the DNA by putting 2 uL of DNA and 198 uL water in a small volume cuvette
2. Plotted the data and found the absorbance at 260 nm
3. Solved the above equation and found the concentration of DNA to be 1610 ug/mL
4. Then figured out the volume of DNA stock that contains 200 ng → there are 200 ng in 0.124224 uL. Therefore, we will add 1 uL of DNA to each sample

Tris Buffer Preparation

• A 50 mM tris buffer with a pH of 7.6 was prepared by

## Data

• Add data and results here...

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