Error Prone PCR
ctfrench at wwisp.com
Tue May 30 23:30:33 EST 2000
Try using a mix of Vent polymerase (with the proofreading) and Taq. The
problem with Vent is that it's difficult to produce a very long product
(even a couple of kb is big for it) and the problem with Taq is that it's
error prone. A mix of the two works well many times.
Christopher Todd French
UAB Dept. of Comparative Medicine
1670 Univ. Blvd, VH 422
1530 3rd Ave. S
Birmingham, AL 35294-0019
"Simon Margerison" <simon.margerison at cambridgeantibody.com> wrote in message
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> A colleague of mine is interested in performing some error prone pcr.
> Does anyone know any good methods or reagents for this. Any help would
> be appreciated, either by direct email to
> ruth.featherstone at camb-antibody.co.uk
> or on the board.
> Simon Margerison
> Cambridge Antibody Technology Ltd.
> The Science Park,
> Melbourn, Nr. Royston,
> SG8 6JJ
> Tel:+44 (0)1763 269281
> Fax:+44 (0)1763 263413
> mailto:simon.margerison at cambridgeantibody.com
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