Using TdT to clean up sequencing reactions?
drm21 at mole.bio.cam.ac.uk
Wed Aug 21 10:32:03 EST 1996
In article <drdad-2008961720070001 at 10.3.2.45>, drdad at ktc.com wrote:
>I've tried the TdT technique and really prefer the Klenow co-sequencing
>method referred to in Biotechniques Vol 17, pg. 286 (1994). I use this as
>part of my routine sequencing protocol now.
>drdad at ktc.com
I'm interested in what this protocol is. Could you post a summary? (We
can only get the totally useless Euro-version of Biotechniques here). I've
toyed with trying the TdT method, but have never actually gotten round to
buying any. Klenow, on the other hand, we have lots of! 'Co-sequencing'
also seems to imply that there are no additional steps involved. Is this
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