To check a protein expression I pelleted a small amount of E. coli before and after induction and lysed them by redissolving them in SDS-PAGE loading buffer and heating them to 95 °C for 1 minute.
This lead to a solution with some very sticky and viscous parts in it, that make pipetting the sample into the gel wells extremely annoying. As far as I heard, this is probably genomic DNA, and my usual way to deal with this is to centrifuge the samples and only pipet a small part out from the top. This does seem to help sometimes, but not always.
How can I avoid the formation of that sticky and viscious stuff or how can I avoid pipetting that stuff into my wells?