Adding 3' terminal thymidine to blunt ended DNA
ckwen at expert.cc.purdue.edu
Fri Jul 5 12:39:36 EST 1996
Simon Q.J. RICE ("SimonQRICE%notes"@sbphrd.com) wrote:
: -Vectors which improve the efficiency of subcloning PCR fragments are
: fairly common place these days. They are made by adding a 3' terminal
: thymidine to a blunt ended vector fragment taking advantage of the
: non-template dependent addition of a single deoxyadenosine to the 3-end
: of PCR products
: Anybody any idea how the thymidine is added to the 3'-end ensuring only
: one thymidine is added at a time?
Just add dTTP, your blunt-ended vector, Taq, buffer at 72 hr to let the Taq to
do its job.
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