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Determination of nucleic acids at nanogram levels by the method of Resonance Light Scattering on Night Blue


Determination of nucleic acids at nanogram levels by the method of Resonance Light Scattering on Night Blue



Analytical Letters 35(1): 111-121



ISSN/ISBN: 0003-2719

DOI: 10.1081/al-120002365

A new quantitative determination method at nanogram levels for nucleic acids in aqueous solutions, based on the enhancement of Resonance Light-Scattering (RLS) of Night Blue (NB) by nucleic acids, was established. The detection limits for calf thymus DNA and yeast RNA is as little as 1.8 and 2.2 ng/ml, respectively.

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