Sma I / PEG

R. P. Grant +44 1 865 221018 rpgrant at molbiol.ox.ac.uk
Thu Jul 13 04:29:28 EST 1995


In article <3u0pv5$eja at rover.ucs.ualberta.ca>, Colin Rasmussen <colin_rasmussen at darwin.biochem.ualberta.ca> writes:
> We always use the BRL ligation buffer which contains PEG-8000 and do the 
> SmaI digests at 25°C. We usually have very few problems.
> 


Never used PEG in my life.  One time, we did a direct comparison and found 
that PEG decreased number of recombinant colonies to zero.

Go figure, huh?

Richard
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The fecal material has impacted on the air circulating device.



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