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Colony PCR

 

PROTOCOLS

Colony PCR

David Amberg

This procedure will work for both yeast and E. coli:

Take a small colony and suspend it in 5ul of H2O in a PCR tube. Heat for 5 min at 95¡C and then spin the condensation down in a microfuge. Set up the PCR reaction as follows:

 

PCR Conditions: 94¡C x 4min. then 35 cycles of: (94¡C x 1 min then 55¡C x 1min then 72¡C x 3min) followed by 72¡C x 20 min and a 4¡C soak. (5ul run out on a mini gel should be sufficient to see product.)

 


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