Ah yeah. I missed that. If I don't use cross_match correctly I can miss
large inverted repeats:
214 1.26 0.00 0.00 pDONR222 359 597 (4121) C pDONR222
(1943) 2775 2537 *
C pDONR222 597 GTCGACTACAGGTCACTAATACCATCTAAGTAGTTGATTCATAGTGACTG 548
pDONR222 2537 GTCGACTACAGGTCACTAATACCATCTAAGTAGTTGATTCATAGTGACTG 2586
C pDONR222 547 GATATGTTGTGTTTTACAGTATTATGTAGTCTGTTTTTTATGCAAAATCT 498
pDONR222 2587 GATATGTTGTGTTTTACAGTATTATGTAGTCTGTTTTTTATGCAAAATCT 2636
C pDONR222 497 AATTTAATATATTGATATTTATATCATTTTACGTTTCTCGTTCAGCTTTT 448
pDONR222 2637 AATTTAATATATTGATATTTATATCATTTTACGTTTCTCGTTCAGCTTTC 2686
C pDONR222 447 TTGTACAAAGTTGGCATTATAAAAAAGCATTGCTCATCAATTTGTTGCAA 398
pDONR222 2687 TTGTACAAAGTTGGCATTATAAGAAAGCATTGCTTATCAATTTGTTGCAA 2736
C pDONR222 397 CGAACAGGTCACTATCAGTCAAAATAAAATCATTATTTG 359
pDONR222 2737 CGAACAGGTCACTATCAGTCAAAATAAAATCATTATTTG 2775
If the attP1 and attP2 sites are still there after you move your
fragment of interest, then one issue would be you would need to sequence
past 200+ bases of known sequence to get to your insert from the vector
priming sites. (Well, maybe only 125 bases, if you are cloning attB
flanked PCR products.)
But instead of forward and reverse vector primers, couldn't Ciaran use
PCR fragment primers? Something inside the attB sites?
Alejandro Gonzalez wrote:
> Hi Ciaran, good morning. Yeah, we have same problems to sequence, but using
> the pDONR201 vector because the same problem with the 2 identical homology
> recombination sites. Invitrogen local support here informed us the problem
> with this 2 large identical homology recombination sites, and they suggested
> the pDONR221vector . We move to pDONR221 Invitrogen's vector, and we improve
> the sequencing performance, it was Ok for us.
> The problem with pDONR222 vector is with 2 recombination sites attB1 and
> attB2 which share near identical homology ?
>> Lic. Alejandro D González
> Automatic Sequencing & R&D group.
> Gema Biotech sa
> M.T. de Alvear 2289
> Bs. As., Argentina
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>>> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Fulton, Ciaran" <ciaran.Fulton at almac-diagnostics.com>
> To: <autoseq at magpie.bio.indiana.edu>
> Sent: Tuesday, May 09, 2006 4:50 AM
> Subject: [Automated-sequencing] pDONR vector
>>>> Hi all....we're using the pDONR222 vector for sequencing cDNA inserts from
> libraries generated from the Invitrogen CloneMiner cDNA construction kit.
> Generally we've had no problems with this set-up but we were talking to
> another 3rd party recently who suggested that it might not be the most
> suitable vector for sequencing. It has 2 recombination sites which share
> near identical homology to one another and it has been suggested that if the
> insert is less than 1kb then these can form secondary or hairpin structures,
> essentially denying the primers template to prime off. There is supposed to
> be a Biotechniques article about it somewhere but I haven't been able to
> locate it.
>> Has anyone any similar experiences using this or a derivative vector?
>>>> Dr. Ciaran Fulton
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