Making and Running an Agarose Gel

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Abstract

This OER consists of an instructional video produced by GENIE CETL in the Department of Genetics and University of Leicester Audio Visual Services. It has been separated into downloadable chapters for transfer to a handheld device such as an iPhone/iPod (full length of video: 9:13).

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Making and Running an Agarose Gel

 

Details

  • Author(s): GENIE CETL and Audio Visual Services  
  • Subject: Making and Running an Agarose Gel
  • Keywords: "agarose gel"
  • Grade level: Undergraduate and postgraduate 
  • Course type: Instructional video 
  • Language(s):  English
  • Material type(s): Video with audio 
  • Media format(s): wmv, mp4
  • OER Publish Date: 30 Nov 2009
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    This OER is available for downloading as chapters in the following formats:

    Part 1: Introduction (01:02)
    [mp4 5.2Mb] [wmv 2.1Mb]

    Part 2: Preparing the Gel (02:22)
    [mp4 11.9Mb] [wmv 6.0Mb]

    Part 3: Pouring the Gel (02:16)
    [mp4 11.4Mb] [wmv 5.7Mb]

    Part 4: Putting the Gel into the Gel Tank (01:09)
    [mp4 5.8Mb] [wmv 2.7Mb]

    Part 5: Loading the Samples (02:24)
    [mp4 12.1Mb] [wmv 5.3Mb]

    Part 6: Running the Gel (00:41)
    [mp4 3.4Mb] [wmv 1.7Mb]

    Part 7: Visualising the Nucleic Acids (01:00)
    [mp4 5.0Mb] [wmv 2.4Mb]

    Part 8: Common things to Avoid (01:50)
    [mp4 9.2Mb] [wmv 4.1Mb]

    Part 9: Acknowledgements (00:16)
    [mp4 1.0Mb] [wmv .5Mb]

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