cloning problems

Ian A. York iayork at panix.com
Tue Nov 10 14:49:06 EST 1998


In article <36488C28.9E6309D1 at gengenp.rug.ac.be>,
Esbjorn Fiers  <esfie at gengenp.rug.ac.be> wrote:
>Thanks for your reaction. I should have mentioned that it is quite a
>trickysubcloning, I think. It is with 3 fragments. That is one of the reasons

My opinion is that it's rarely a timesaver to do a three-fragment cloning.
You'd usually get your result faster with a series of subclones, each with
two fragments.  Run your fragments through different plasmids if
necessary to get the appropriate fragments.

Ian
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