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841. DH5 Alpha Transformation - (reply: 2)
842. Cloning a foreign gene into E-coli - (reply: 1)
843. Looking for a commercial bidirectional plasmid Help please! - resource hunting (reply: 2)
844. Strange problem with digestion and dephosporylation of PCR product - (reply: 2)
845. Ligation issues - Ligating a 3.3kb insert into a 15kb viral vector (reply: 1)
846. Where to buy pBluescript-H1 plasmid? - Is it commercially available or do I need to clone it? (reply: 2)
847. restriction digest simple question - (reply: 4)
848. ligating small inert into a large vector - (reply: 4)
849. tranformation trouble using dh5alpha - (reply: 1)
850. Baculovirus Expert Needed (Occlusion bodies) - Can proteins become stuck in occlusion bodies in baculovirus? (reply: 6)
851. Starting cells for making one's own competent cells - (reply: 7)
852. 6 months... and still no positive clones! - (reply: 4)
853. Really strange problem with sequencing and plasmid purification! - (reply: 8)
854. why must we use freshly streak but not old/spread bacteria? - (reply: 6)
855. what is site-specific integration - (reply: 2)
856. why the cells transformed with linearized plasmid cannot grow? - (reply: 3)
857. double transformations - (reply: 1)
858. Unusual band in transformants - (reply: 2)
859. ligation--pls help! - (reply: 10)
860. bizarre digestion:) - (reply: 2)
861. Ligation issues - Ligating a 3.3kb insert into a 15kb viral vector (reply: 1)
862. metagenomic library consturction - BAC vectors (reply: 1)
863. mini-prep plasmid isolation by alkaline lysis - genomic DNA vs plasmid DNA (reply: 6)
864. Digestion and ligation problem! Need advice - How to handle this situation (reply: 1)
865. Chromosomal recombination with BL21? - (reply: 2)
866. Restriction Digestion!! - (reply: 5)
867. digestion - restriction enzymes (reply: 2)
868. How to prevent self ligation - selfligation (reply: 11)
869. what is the difference between DH10B and Top10 - (reply: 1)
870. problems encountered when working on a large plasmid - (reply: 2)