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Old 05-21-2015, 04:18 PM   #2
nucacidhunter
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As you have done, Qubit or PicoGreen is the easiest and very informative. With increasing annealing efficiency you should see increasing value in concentration of dsDNA. I regularly use this method as a QC for adapters with full length or partial length complimentary regions to ensure batch to batch consistency. Obviously, adapters with short complimentary region will have lower florescence, but it is sensitive enough to discriminate between annealed and non-annealed oligos. One also can calculate theoretical expected concentration for partially or completely complimentary oligos for any given annealing efficiency.
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