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FAQ: What is the best way to remove DNase I from my reaction?
The best way to remove DNase I from your reaction is to perform a phenol/chloroform extraction or to use a spin column. You can do the heat inactivation step, but that may not completely remove all of the DNase I, and it could interfere with your downstream applications.
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