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Old 04-01-2015, 11:28 AM   #1
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Hi everybody. I am trying to prepare GBS library. My DNA fraqment lenght is 200 bp. I have concentration of library as nanogram/microliter (for example,1.2 ng/microliter) but I must convert it into Picomolar/Liter for dilution. How can I convert it? Could you please help?
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Hi Saida,

you could have a look at this site for a convenient way to carry out such calculations:
http://www.sciencelauncher.com/mwcalc.html

Please see the attached image (inputs circled in red; result in green).
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Thank you very much, Luc! It was a great help for us!
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