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EDTA eliminates divalent cations and thus destabilizes the outer membrane in bacteria such as E. coli, and also inhibits DNases that would otherwise tend to degrade the DNA, while the detergent will solubilize the membrane lipids. Plant and fungal cells have cell walls that are different from those in bacteria, and require alternative treatments, either mechanical or enzymatic, while animal cells (which lack a cell wall) can usually be lysed by more gentle treatment with a mild detergent. After breaking up cell walls, and plasma membrane, we find ourselves with a mixture of that material and the intracellular components which have now been released ± a complex solution of DNA, RNA, proteins, lipids and carbohydrates.

5 Isoschizomers fragments, while SmaI, as mentioned above, will generate blunt-ended fragments at the same site, allowing you to ligate the fragment to other blunt-ended DNA sequences. (You could object that these enzymes are not literally `samecutters', which is true if you look at the actual site where the break is made. 2 LIGATION 49 gel, and the desired fragment excised and purified (see Chapter 4). Alternatively, if the digest produces only one fragment, or if a complex mixture is being digested for the production of a library (see Chapter 7), it is normally sufficient to inactivate the enzyme before continuing with the next stage.

Note that the sudden lysis of the cell will usually result in some fragmentation of chromosomal DNA. In particular, the bacterial chromosome, which is usually circular in its native state, will be broken into linear fragments. Where it is necessary to obtain very large (even intact) chromosomal DNA, more gentle lysis conditions are necessary (see the description of pulsed field gel electrophoresis in Chapter 12). Bacterial plasmids, however, are readily obtained in their native, circular, state by standard lysis conditions.

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