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Several methods are available for postreaction cleanup (see Note 8). However, a widely used small-scale method is described in detail next: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 5 mL microfuge tube. Add 2 µL of 250 mM EDTA. Add 64 µL of nondenatured 95% ethanol. Close the tubes and vortex briefly. Leave at room temperature for 15 min (see Note 9). Place the tubes in a microcentrifuge and mark their orientations. Centrifuge the tubes for 20 min at 20,000 g. Carefully aspirate the supernatants with a separate tip for each sample and discard the tip.
Sequencing polymer regularly contains 6 or 7 M urea. Consequently, the denaturing conditions are corrected accordingly. For sieving matrixes  formulated in the laboratory, chemical denaturant can be omitted. However, the temperature limitation or restriction on the various DNA capillary sequencing instruments dictates the use of chemical denaturants. For new fragments, a serial analysis at different temperatures for a heterozygote sample reveals the best separation temperature for the instrument used.
Each dye emits light at a different wavelength when excited by laser energy, thus all four dyes and reactions can be detected and distinguished in a single gel lane. All the sequencing reactions described here are carried out using dideoxy terminator chemistry. Several versions of ABI sequencing kits are available, and all have easy to follow protocol manuals. 1 cycle sequencing kit (Applied Biosystems, UK). Dye terminator chemistry uses four 3′-dye labeled dideoxynucleotide triphosphates (dye terminators) each labeled with a different dye.