As promised during today’s lecture, here you have your homework:
please calculate the amount of water to be added to each of the primers in the list, in order to produce a working solution of 10 µM. You can produce a concentrated stock solution and then dilute the stock solution to a working solution of 10 µM, if it is needed.
Did you managed to find the right volume for each stock solution?
The Hamilton pipetter needs you to provide a coordinate and a volume separated by a tab for each of the primer. The information concerning each of the primers must be separated by a new line character, as shown in the example below
Now try to translate the work that you performed to get this result into a list of actions (the algoritm).
For the most willing students, this is the moment for translating your algoritm into a Perl program and testing it at volume calculation for this short primer’s list.
Very soon you will find the solution on this blog. Stay tuned