DIY HYBRID DNA ISOLATION: How to Extract DNA from Anything Living

Speaker(s): Adam Zaretsky, Marist College, NY, USA
Date & Time: 19/05/2016 19:00-20:30
Location: Goussis Building, Former Asylum / AVARTS Areteos, Room 3, Former Asylum
Language: English

A Skill-Share Lab

DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) is found in all living cells. These cells can be of plant, animal, fungal, bacterial and protozoal sources. Even some viruses have DNA in them. Many varieties of samples can be taken from various food, pets, pests, human bodies, laboratories and free or not so free living portions of the outdoors. Some recently alive ‘materials’ that you think might not have DNA are worth testing through extraction. Different cellular or multicellular organisms can be encouraged to grow by giving them food and an otherwise sterile and comfortable place to live. Please bring some samples to lab.

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