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A ssDNA solution is diluted by taking 3uL of a stock solution, which is made up to 60uL with
water. From this stock, 10uL is taken and diluted to 100uL with water. The solution is then made
up to 3mL. The A260 was 0.012. Calculate the concentration of DNA in the original stock in
ug/mL

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