Today I did the last set of 9 (I mistakenly thought I did this a few weeks ago, but I hadn’t done it yet):
I am now trying to organize my data sheets so that I can have a more streamlined and readable format for my data. I have run the Qubit on all the samples I have isolated so far.
This is my OWL notebook folder with ALL of my Qubit data sheets: here. It’s awful and a mess.
Once I have things organized and a clear idea of which sets had Qubit readings of “Out of Range”, I’ll go back and pick new samples to replace those until I have a good subset that ALL have Qubit readings of at LEAST 20ng/uL with a total volume of 50uL.
- Organize data sheets and pick new samples to replace the “Out of range” sample sets
- Isolate RNA for the new replacement sets (show Pam how it works when she has the time)
- Publish DecaPod S1Ep6 (Pam answering some of my and others’ questions about the project – already recorded, just have to edit)