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A method of isolating genomic DNA from Brassica plants

, : A method of isolating genomic DNA from Brassica plants. Oil Crops of China 17(4): 34-36

In repeated experiments with B. napus, B. juncea and B. carinata, the yield, purity and molecular weight of the genomic DNA isolated using the new method described here were high compared with the commonly used CTAB method, and the DNA could be digested with restriction enzymes.

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