Why is a gel electrophoresis often followed by a Southern blot? - ProProfs
     

Why is a gel electrophoresis often followed by a Southern blot?



A. A Southern blot is required to properly align the bands for analysis by technicians.
B. The gel is difficult to handle; the Southern blot allows for analysis by technicians.
C. The gel electrophoresis technique is messy; the Southern blot allows technicians to see the sample better.
D. The gel evaporates quickly during electrophoresis; the Southern blot slows down evaporation.

This question is part of Restriction Enzyme Assessment

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jcorban

Jcorban

Answered on Mar 26, 2018

The gel is difficult to handle; the Southern blot allows for analysis by technicians.

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