Fw: sequence services
dbell at qnis.net
Wed May 9 16:36:20 EST 2001
O.K. Lets see if I am learning this stuff
Let's say I want to know the sequence from a DNA band obtained by doing a
I would need to clone it because 1) I could not be sure that the band is
composed of the same fragment and 2) both ends of the fragment would be
the same sequence (from the single primer). I would need to purify the band
from the agarose. Then I would clone it into a vector with a known forward
primer sequence and a known reverse primer sequence. Then select one
colony so that I know all the fragments in the sequencing are the same.
Then purify that DNA - with a plasmid mini-prep kit type of thing?? Then
send it to someone for sequencing.
BUT, let's say I have a DNA band from a PCR that specifically amplifies the
large sub-unit ribosomal DNA. I can be pretty confidant that all the
fragments in that band are the same. Then I could clean up DNA with a PCR
clean up kit and send it to someone for sequencing along with an aliquote
of my primer.
thanks for your time
Molecular Markers Lab Technician
USDA Agricultural Research Service
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